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Olga and Tatiana with their Aunt, Princess Irene

Olga and Tatiana with their Aunt, Princess Irene

OTMA Romanov Forever

OTMA Romanov Forever

coronerofthecourt:  Крым (?), август 1913 года  ГА РФ, ф. 640 оп. 3 д. 25 л. 35 фото 490full sizehttps://img-fotki.yandex.ru/get/18/98255750.10/0_1532aa_2e6c1d4c_orig

coronerofthecourt: Крым (?), август 1913 года ГА РФ, ф. 640 оп. 3 д. 25 л. 35 фото 490full sizehttps://img-fotki.yandex.ru/get/18/98255750.10/0_1532aa_2e6c1d4c_orig

On the 17th of July, 1998, the remains of Tsar Nicholas, his wife, three of their children and their closest helpers (including Dr. Botkin) were buried in St. Petersburg eighty years after they were assassinated.  Their final resting place is the St. Catherine Chapel of St. Petersburg's Peter and Paul Cathedral.  This image depicts a scene from the funeral which then-President Boris Yeltsin also attended.

On the 17th of July, 1998, the remains of Tsar Nicholas, his wife, three of their children and their closest helpers (including Dr. Botkin) were buried in St. Petersburg eighty years after they were assassinated. Their final resting place is the St. Catherine Chapel of St. Petersburg's Peter and Paul Cathedral. This image depicts a scene from the funeral which then-President Boris Yeltsin also attended.

All five children of Russia's last Tsar were murdered by the Bolsheviks, according to a new DNA analysis that ends decades of conspiracy theories about family members who had escaped abroad.

Mystery of murdered Russian Tsar's missing children solved by DNA study

All five children of Russia's last Tsar were murdered by the Bolsheviks, according to a new DNA analysis that ends decades of conspiracy theories about family members who had escaped abroad.