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The Ipatiev House. The house for "Special Purpose". It was a jail for Romanov family and they were murdered here in the cellar room.

The Ipatiev House. The house for "Special Purpose". It was a jail for Romanov family and they were murdered here in the cellar room.

Ipatiev House at Ekaterinburg,Russia in 1977 before its demolition. "AL". Place where last Tsar and family were executed in the basement.

Ipatiev House at Ekaterinburg,Russia in 1977 before its demolition. "AL". Place where last Tsar and family were executed in the basement.

"The Imperial Romanov's Family's Silver Scroll. Made by Peter Ovchinnikov, one of the most famous Imperial Russia silversmiths ca 1913. Private Collection, the scroll belongs to a family member of the Romanov Dynasty. Representing 300 years of the Romanov’s dynasty with the Byzantine two headed eagle on the left and the Russian Imperial two headed eagle on the right. Three Latin letters "C" Represent 300 years 1613-1913 of the Romanov’s dynasty. There are the initials of Nicholas II."

The Imperial Romanov Family's Silver Scroll. Made by Peter Three Latin letters "C" represent 300 years of the Romanov’s dynasty.

A pearl and diamond earring belonging to Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, rescued in 1918 from the scene of her murder in Yekaterinburg; the other earring was never found.

The Romanov Legacy Finds New Life

A pearl earring of Czarina Alexandra, from Yekaterinburg. Credit Vladimir von Tsurikov/Foundation of Russian History / The Romanov Legacy Finds New Life - The New York Times

Tsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich Romanov (12 Aug 1904-17 Jul 1918) in the Mauve Room. 5th child & only son of Tsar Nicholas II Romanov (1868-17 Jul 1918) Russia & his wife Alix-Alexandra Feodorovna (1872-17 Jul 1918) Hesse, Germany. A♥W

Tsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich Romanov sitting in his mothers 'Lilac Room' which was her favorite color and this served as her private sitting room where she wrote her correspondence

Ganina Yama, Ekaterinburg : The depression in the ground is the old mine where the bodies of the Imperial family and their loyal servants were thrown into after they were murdered. There is now a monastery located on the grounds surrounding the mine, with chapels dedicated to each of the members of the Imperial family.

Monastery on the site where the bodies of the last Russian tsar Nicholas II and his family were dumped into a mine shaft after they were murdered by the Bolsheviks in

The Ipatiev House, the photo was taken on May 1918 by OTMAA teacher Pierre Gilliard ~the family of Nikolay II will be murdered there two moths later

The Ipatiev House, the photo was taken on May 1918 by OTMAA teacher Pierre Gilliard ~the family of Nikolay II will be murdered there two moths later

Ipatiev House

Ipatiev House

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