Baño en Livadia

Baño en Livadia

...A rare smiling Alexandra...with her son, the rather peevish and ill-mannered Tsarevitch...

...A rare smiling Alexandra...with her son, the rather peevish and ill-mannered Tsarevitch...

A very young and charming Alix of Hesse (later Tsarina Alexandra of Russia).

A very young and charming Alix of Hesse (later Tsarina Alexandra of Russia).

Condition of Alexander Palace, museum side vs. Naval offices side  Laura’s Russian Adventures » Best Weekend Ever. Part Three (Sunday)

Condition of Alexander Palace, museum side vs. Naval offices side Laura’s Russian Adventures » Best Weekend Ever. Part Three (Sunday)

Olga and Tatiana ~ Nicholas had named his two eldest daughters, Olga and Tatiana, after the two leading women characters from Alexander Pushkin’s classic novel, Eugene Onegin ~

Olga and Tatiana ~ Nicholas had named his two eldest daughters, Olga and Tatiana, after the two leading women characters from Alexander Pushkin’s classic novel, Eugene Onegin ~

Dining Room, Ipatiev House - Romanov Memorial - Inside Tour

Dining Room, Ipatiev House - Romanov Memorial - Inside Tour

Livadia Palace, The Crimea, Ukraine

Livadia Palace, The Crimea, Ukraine

LAST SECRETS OF THE ROMANOVS ~ after 1918 the Soviets got the final list of things found in the mine Ganina Yama where the last Romanovs murdered in the Ipatiev House, were thrown. Among them there were (106-110) parts of clothes and underwear and (111) the order belonged to Nikolay II and diamond belonged to Alix.

LAST SECRETS OF THE ROMANOVS ~ after 1918 the Soviets got the final list of things found in the mine Ganina Yama where the last Romanovs murdered in the Ipatiev House, were thrown. Among them there were (106-110) parts of clothes and underwear and (111) the order belonged to Nikolay II and diamond belonged to Alix.

The House of Special Purpose.  The "Ipatiev House" where the Romanovs, their physician and servants were murdered July 16/17 1918.  The house belonged to a Merchant by the last name of Ipatiev in the Ural city of Ekaterinburg. The house was raised under the supervision of then Party chief Boris Yeltsin in the 1970s for fear of it becoming a site for pilgrimage.

The House of Special Purpose. The "Ipatiev House" where the Romanovs, their physician and servants were murdered July 16/17 1918. The house belonged to a Merchant by the last name of Ipatiev in the Ural city of Ekaterinburg. The house was raised under the supervision of then Party chief Boris Yeltsin in the 1970s for fear of it becoming a site for pilgrimage.

More shots of the house in which the Romanov Family was murdered in 1918 (Ipatiev House, Ekaterinberg)

More shots of the house in which the Romanov Family was murdered in 1918 (Ipatiev House, Ekaterinberg)

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