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New Evidence of Imperial Familys Fate Found near Yekaterinburg
30.09.2010 00:00
New Evidence of Imperial Familys Fate  Found near Yekaterinburg
Nicholas II, the Last Russian Emperor

New evidences of execution of the last Russian Emperor Nicholas II and his family have been found in Sverdlovsk Region.
      As the regional Research-and-Development Center for Protection and Exploitation of History and Culture Monuments reported on September, 29th, experts found crocks of Japanese jugs, from which the dead bodies of tsars family members had been poured sulfuric acid on. They were unearthed in the area of Old Koptyakovskaya Road.
      According to the deputy chief of the Centres Archaeological Research Department Sergey Pogorelov, the find will make it possible to do a more detailed reconstruction of the events connected with execution of the last Russian emperors family. Search works are regularly carried out in the sites related to this event, he also mentioned. In particular, in 2007 bodies of Cesarevich Alexey and Princess Maria were discovered in Sverdlovsk Region.


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