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Romanovs Dynasty Museum Theater Opened in Verkhnyaya Sinyachikha
1.04.2013 17:59
Romanovs Dynasty Museum Theater Opened in Verkhnyaya Sinyachikha
photo: Yevgeny Potorochin

For the celebration of the 400th anniversary of the Romanovs’ House a unique cultural object dedicated to the imperial dynasty has been opened in the Sverdlovsk Region

      At the exposition imperial photos come to life.

      The opening ceremony of the permanent exposition in the Verkhnyaya Sinyachikha Museum of Local Lore took place last Friday. The exhibition is titled The Romanovs Princes – Alapaevsk Prisoners. It is designed like a theatrical stage with scenery in the form of ancient photos. The heroes of action are also photographs, which start moving thanks to mechanisms.

The Romanovs’ family stayed in Alapaevsk in May-July, 1918, shortly before their death. The Sverdlovsk government developed a plan of measures timed to the 400th anniversary since restoration of the Russian statehood and historical heritage of the Romanovs’s House in the Urals. 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: The Romanovs Russian Museums Sverdlovsk Region   

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