Ipatiev House was a merchant's house in Yekaterinburg where the former Emperor Nicholas II and his family were executed by the Bolsheviks in 1918. It was demolished in 1977 as a historical monument, but its name is also the name of a nearby monastery. Learn about its history, location, and significance.
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Fact-checking The Crown: A brief history of Ipatiev House, the fortified mansion where the Romanovs were held captive and executed on that fateful morning in July 1918. By Leena Kim Published:...
The House of Romanov [b] (also transliterated as Romanoff; Russian: Романовы, romanized : Romanovy, IPA: [rɐˈmanəvɨ]) was the reigning imperial house of Russia from 1613 to 1917. They achieved prominence after Anastasia Romanovna married Ivan the Terrible, the first crowned tsar of all Russia.
Recreated in 3D: the basement room where the Russian royals were murdered. New computer model of Ipatiev House lets you wander around the residence where the Romanov dynasty was obliterated. The house in Yekaterinburg had been their home as captives of the Bolsheviks for 78 days. Picture: PINA.
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Inside views of Ipatiev house's rooms. This web site is a virtual museum about the captivity and the tragic end of the Romanov in 1918. It presents notably a 3D reconstitution of their last place of detention, Ipatiev House, in Yekaterinburg.
Virtual Tour of the Ipatiev House In The Steps Of The Romanovs 4.76K subscribers 14K views 3 years ago On the anniversary of the Romanov murders IN THE STEPS OF THE ROMANOVS visited the Romanov...