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“Original burial site of the Romanovs”

Ganina Yama Monastery
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 14 February 2013

We visited this set of churches in a pretty park with Konstantin from Ekaterinburg Guide Centre. He really brought it to life with his extensive knowledge of the history of the events surrounding their terrible end. The story is so moving so unless you speak Russian, it is best to come here with a guide or else you will have no idea of what is what.

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