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On July 12th 2018, I will depart on a spiritual journey to Ekaterinburg, where I will spend a week in the Ural capital, taking part in the Tsar’s Days events marking the 100th anniversary of the deaths and martyrdom of Emperor Nicholas II and his family.During my stay I will visit museums and churches who will be hosting a series of exhibitions in their memory.I will also write a longer article for a future issue of On July 17th 1998, I had the great honour of attending the interment of the remains of Emperor Nicholas II, his wife Empress Alexandra, three of their five children, and four faithful retainers at the SS Peter and Paul Cathedral in St. The invitation had been extended by the Director of the Romanov Family Association in Russia Ivan Artsishevsky.He even permitted me to ride with descendants of the Romanov family in one of the special buses from the Astoria Hotel to the Peter and Paul Cathedral.I will be among these pilgrims, paying homage to the Imperial Family.Upon my return, I will prepare a summary of my spiritual journey to Ekaterinburg, complete with my own photos.In the list of “Russian” roses were the names of almost all the emperors and empresses, grand dukes and grand duchesses.
He was a member of the Sergei Diaghilev circle and the Ballets Russes, for which he designed exotic, richly coloured sets and costumes.
The following day, their bodies were removed and buried in a shallow grave about 3.8 km away in Porosenkov Log on the Koptyakovskaya Road on the northwestern outskirts of Sverdlovsk (now Ekaterinburg).
There they would remain hidden for more than 60 years, before being discovered by local geologists in 1979.
It was not until the summer of 1991, after the fall of the Soviet Union, that the remains were dug up.
The remains were were buried on 17th July 1998, in St Catherine’s Chapel of the Peter and Paul Cathedral in St. The remains of Tsesarevich Alexei and Grand Duchess Maria were discovered in 2007, they are still awaiting burial, and are currently held in the Novospassky Monastery in Moscow.
In the early morning hours of 17th July 1918, Russia’s last Emperor and Tsar Nicholas II, his wife Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, their four daughters the Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia Nikolaevna, their son and heir Tsesarevich Alexei Nikolaevich were murdered by a Bolshevik firing squad in the basement of the Ipatiev House in the Ural city of Ekaterinburg.