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Patriarchal Metochion Romanov museum photo

After having been to the Church on Blood you should visit the nearby building of the Patriarchal Metochion housing the Romanov Memorial Museum. Various exhibits and documents related to the last days of the Romanov family and their shooting in the basement of the Ipatiev House are kept at the Romanov Memorial Museum.

You can visit the Romanov Memorial Museum only with a guided excursion. An excursion begins from ascending a small staircase, with walls and vaults covered by religious and historical frescoes.

There are many various photos and pictures of Emperor Nicholas II and his family, as well as their ancestors, in the rooms of the museum. On the stands you can see various evidences of the events, which happened in the night from 16 to 17 July 1918: various things belonging to the princesses, photos, letters of the Ural commissar Voykov with demands for sulfuric acid to cover the traces of the crime.

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Spiritual and educational center Patriarchal Metochion where the Memorial Romanov Museum is located
The Church of St. Nicholas and the Memorial Romanov Museum are at the Patriarchal Metochion
The vaults of Memorial Romanov Museum in Yekaterinburg are covered by religious paintings and paintings devoted to the ancient history of Russia
The portrait of the last Russian emperor Nicholas II
The exhibits of the Memorial Romanov Museum in Yekaterinburg
The photos of the Ipatiev House and the staircase leading to the basement where the Romanov family were shot
The photo of the Governor`s House in Tobolsk where the tsar`s family were kept before they were moved to Yekaterinburg
The remnants of the things belonging to the Grand Princesses, which were found in the fireplace of the Ipatiev House
A piece of wallpaper with German words from the basement of the Ipatiev House where the Romanov family were shot
The photos of the Romanov family in the Memorial Romanov Museum at the Patriarchal Metochion in Yekaterinburg
The report of P. Voykov, the Commissar for Government Supply for the Ural region, with a demand for 5 poods (about 90 kg) of sulphuric acid to cover the remnants of the Romanov family
The ukases (edicts) of Emperor Nicholas II in the Memorial Romanov Museum at the Patriarchal Metochion
Portraits and photos of the Romanov dynasty including Marfa Shestova, the mother of Mikhail Romanov, the first tsar of this dynasty
The photos of the children of Nicholas II and the glove of Grand Princess Tatyana Romanova
The photos of the children of Emperor Nicholas II in the Memorial Romanov Museum at the Patriarchal Metochion
The paintings on the walls along the staircase leading to the Memorial Romanov Museum at the Patriarchal Metochion 
The Patriarchal Metochion is not far from the City Pond
The building of Patriarchal Metochion on the slope of the hill where the Ipatiev House once stood
The facade of the Patriarchal Metochion facing Tolmachev Street