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Die Romanow's und Ekaterinburg

In Ekaterinburg wurde der letzte russische Zar Nicolai II und seine Familie 1918 von Bolschewiken getotet.

Wenn Sie mehr uber die Romanows und deren Ermordung in Ekaterinburg wissen mochten, dann empfehlen wir Ihnen "Das Geheimnis der Romanows" von Gudrun Ziegler.

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Nikolai II, last Russian czar
Nikolai II

Die Familie Romanow

Alexandra Feodorovna - tsarina
Alexandra Feodorovna (Ehefrau von Zar Nikolai II)

Maria, Anastasia, Alexis, Olga and Tatiana
Von links nach rechts: Maria, Anastasia, Alexis, Olga and Tatiana

Am 16. Juli 1918 wurde der ehemalige Zar Nikolas II, seine Frau Aleksandra, ihre vier Tochter, Tsarevich Alexis und ihr treuer Diener Dr. Botkine, Anna Demidova, ihr Koch Kharitonof und einige Diener, im Ipatiev Haus in Ekaterinburg ermordet.

Ipatiev House

Their remains were taken away to the forest outside the town. Trying to hide remains, they burned the bodies, tried to dissolve them in acid and finally threw them in a flooded collapsed mine.

Later they decided to move remains and hide it in deeper mine but by the pressure of attacking White Army they had to throw the bodies right under the road.

Nikolay II, the last Russian tsarAlexandra, tsar's wife

This place was hidden and no investigations were successful until 1979 when czar remains were discovered but for political reasons they could not be exhumed. Exactly one day after taking power in 1991, Boris Yeltsin, first Russian president retrieved the remains, and the identification process began. Many teams of experts, Russian, British and American investigated these remains with DNA expertise for 10 years and came to conclusion that the bones were those of Nikolai, Alexandra, Olga, Tatiana, Anastasia and the four servants.

Ipatiev house was destroyed to avoid it becoming a place of pilgrimmage by the special order of communist party in 1977.

Summer 2002Winter 2003
Spring 2003Spring 2003

On the place of former Ipatiev house Cathedral-on-the-Blood has been built. It is the biggest Cathedral in Ekaterinburg now. Its grand opening on July, 16, 2003, on 85th anniversary of the tragedy, has become greatest city event that year. You are welcome to visit Romanovs sites here in Ekaterinburg and suburbs.

If you are interested in the history of last days of last Russian czar visit an excellent Ipatiev House - Romanov Memorial site.


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