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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
The church was built in 2003 but looks ancient. Beautifully decorated it is a kind of shrine for the Romanov family which had been executed there.
It is interesting to see the way Russian authorities are now embracing that part of their history.
When we decided to travel across Russia on the Trans-Siberian I decided i wanted to visit the places that related to the end of the Romanov Dynasty. This is one of those places, built on the site of the Mansion House where Tsar Nicholas, his...More
Visited the church twice during our stay in Yeketarinburg. Once on our own and the second time with a guide.
A remarkably touching site where the last Tzar and his family met their death.
A working church it is still revered and reflects a place...More
If you take interest in Russian/Soviet history you will probably enjoy the significant of coming here and standing on the ground the Romanov's were executed on. If that means nothing to you, no point coming! The building next to the church (also with some golden...More
Really long history is to listen to.
You can enter and watch the ceremonies, look at the historical images and text on the walls, BUT NO ENGLISH, so bring a tour guide.
Outside have some snack stores, next garden decor of fish.
Next to it...More