Address: Pronina St., 25, Yekaterinburg, Urals, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pronina St., 25, Yekaterinburg, is near Eburg circus, Yekaterinburg War Memorial, and Rastorguyev-Kharitonov's House.
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      Seeing The Sights of Ekaterinburg

      A travel blog entry by cwscott on Aug 16, 2014

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      ... our guide also managed to explain the origins of motion picture films and gold mining. My favourite room in the museum was probably the one showing a collection of postcards of the city from the early 20th century. Firstly, because the shots showed a much (or little) the city and its buildings had changed over the past century. Secondly, because some of the shots looked like such touristy holiday snaps that it made me think I, or anyone, could have made ...

      This Ain't So Bad

      A travel blog entry by vontiki2000 on Jun 17, 2014

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      ... nothing special, yet nothing awful either. It had been a long day of travel, so we unloaded bags and opted for a nearby pizza joint for dinner. Russia was beginning to weigh on me. Yekaterinburg was beginning to relieve some of that burden. This wasn't so bad. 17 June 2014: Yekaterinburg isn't just a pretty face. The city also has loads of historic and cultural character. This is the city where the last Tsar, Nicholas II, fled with his family to escape persecution by the ...

      Boris Yeltsin and the Last Tsar of Russia

      A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Mar 18, 2014

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... down a disused mine shaft. Unfortunately for the assassins, the mine shaft was close to a village and the villagers had spotted the "suspicious" activity. So the next day, they went back, pulled the bodies out of the mineshaft, doused them in sulphuric acid and reburied the remains in an unmarked shallow grave. The Bolsheviks were determined to keep the fate and whereabouts of the Romanovs a secret. Sverdlov died the following year in the flu ...

      Guests of honour

      A travel blog entry by johnnym on Aug 21, 2013

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      ... a 'victims of terror' tableau, but that may just be my cynicism. From there we mooched, failing to find the park but finding a spot to sit and read. Both fans of the city by now, after dossing down in the hostel for an hour, we met Katy and Katya back at the same restaurant as the night before. Katya has excellent English (and Italian), with five language diplomas and is a sponge for knowledge, just starting a PhD in linguistics. She guided us to old Yekaterinburg, ...

      European city or previous USSR?

      A travel blog entry by annemariehellem on Jul 07, 2013

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      ... probably boost the city even more. The wealth here is due to the mineral reserves they have. Ferro and non-ferro and other gems are available. This was and still is a big city for the military industry. It was closed till 1991. In the afternoon we walk to the main square, lively, full of BMX cyclists, rollerbladers and kids running and playing around. Nice to sit and relax. We have a wonderful dinner in a courtyard.
      The ...