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Svyatoi Kvartal, 1, Yekaterinburg 620151, Russia
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 28 August 2017

Russian Orthodox Church Memorial to Tsar Nicholas II (the last Tsar of Russia) and his Romanov family members, being his wife, Empress Alexandra, and their five children (son, Prince Alexey, and four daughters, Grand Duchesses Anastasia, Olga, Tatiana, and Maria). On July 17, 1918, the...More

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Reviewed 18 February 2015

It's a great milestone in shackling Russia in a new form of Soviet Union, but this time this will be an orthodox union. This churches now literally are building everywhere, few blocks away one to another. You'll see new church every ten minutes of walking...More

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Reviewed 6 days ago

Whether you are a republican or monarchist, I defy you not to be moved by the story of the murder of the Romanov family, and the church now built on the site. 100 years on, it's still hard to process.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It would be best to bring a local or a guide for a visit but it is definitely worth it. A place full of history, tradition and customs.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This Church and memorial is spectacular and well worth the visit. Although it is a new church, it has the feel of the other older cathedrals we have seen in Russia. The paintings and architecture with the high domes plus the small chapel downstairs marking...More

Thank lawm
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

To build this church to commemorate the deaths of the Tsars family is not what I expected. The bodies are not here but this building is a magnificent memorial. Its ornate and complex architecture is wonderful and the pictures on the ceilings of the high...More

Thank Julian E
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a beautiful church that has been built on the site where the Romanovs were killed. The house in which they were killed was apparently still standing until the late 1970s and which time it was removed before the 1980 Moscow Olympics. After the...More

Thank CorvettePete
Reviewed 1 October 2018

This is a new church - built in 2003 - that commemorates the location of where Tsar Nikolas and his family were murdered. Their bodies are not here. Make sure you see both the upstairs because the art work is overwhelming and go downstairs to...More

Thank Globaljoan
Reviewed 30 September 2018

This is one of the most beautiful and meaningful churches I have ever seen. Built on the site where the Zar and his family was killed, this is truely a site of a martyr and the family is commemorated in the most beautiful way.

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Reviewed 28 September 2018

Curiosity about the death of the Tsar and his family motivated to visit this spot. The building where the murders was destroyed under the communist regime, and it was only in the last 35 years that interest in marking this site was enabled. Inside is...More

Thank Margaret B
Reviewed 22 September 2018 via mobile

We toured this with a guide (one on one), which was very good because we fully understood the story of the Romanov’s and that this was built on the site of the house where they were killed, the original building having been destroyed in the...More

Thank 356peterg
Reviewed 4 September 2018 via mobile

I would suggest this place not because of the beautiful architecture as there many like this in this city or elsewhere. The purpose of visit should be more the history behind it. So try to study a little bit beforehands

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Response from Yulia Z | Reviewed this property |
This happens to be Russian Orthodox one, sorry i didn't come across any protestant churches in Yekaterinburg, i also doubt any english service in that part of Russia, religion-wise
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