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Monastery Ganina Yama

During the tour you will hear about the last days of the Tsar's family. The Romanovs spent their last 78 days in Yekaterinburg. 
You will visit the Church on the Blood, built in 2003 on the place of the former Ipatiev House where Nicolas II, his wife, four daughters Grand Duchess Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia and young tsarevitch Aleksey were assassinated in the basement in summer 1918.

From the church you will be able to track down the Bolsheviks’ route to the hidden mine Ganina Yama. A picturesque monastery in Ganina Yama was built in 2000. It has 7 wooden churches (as the number of the family members). There you can learn the story of the Romanovs and buy hand-made icons embroidered by the nuns.  
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Duration: 3 hours

You can combine this tour with the city tour and with the trip to Europe-Asian border or with an excursion to the Military museum in Verkhnyaya Pyshma

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