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... to the site where the murders had taken place, marked by a cross and in front of a small attractive log chapel, a memorial to Grand Princess Yelisaveta Fyodorovna, who also met a gruesome and untimely death. Now the deaths of the Romanovs are memorialised in the recently built Church of the Spilt Blood, which incorporates the ground of the cellar of the house where the killings had taken place. This area of the cathedral has a low ceiling and ...
... and a memorial.
However, the priest's don't speak any Russian so I made do with just looking around.
The return bus was in 90 minutes and I had walked round the whole complex in 30 minutes and it was freezing cold.
Time to add even more layers......good job I had a contingency plan.
Just at that moment, the skies cleared and the sun came out.
Whoever was the Russian Orthodox God was looking down on me.
I felt like I should go into the church and ...
... the Urals in the lead up to Yekaterinburg and that there is a white ‘Obelisk’, apparently, that marks the continental division between Europe and Asia but we didn’t see it. We are not sure if we saw the Urals either! The ‘peaks’ are only about 500 metres above sea level, so not exactly all that discernible.
More conversation with Sergei & Victoria then came the time for us to get off at Yekaterinburg and leave them to carry on to ...
... by a warm and humidity free day under cloudless skies - the best day weatherwise of our tour.
We visited the original centre of the city which, back 290 years ago, made its mark as an industrial centre with rich deposits of iron, copper, gold etc. in the area. The rich industrialists built some magnificent homes for themselves. The Bolsheviks or Soviets, as they call the communists, pulled down (as in blew up) ...