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Reveals Secrets Of Romanovs’ Remains

Michael Perekrestov, director of the Russian History Museum at Holy Trinity Monastery, Jordanville, designed the entryway to “The Last Days of the Last Tsar” to look like the stockade built around the house in the Urals where the Romanovs spent their final days. The exhibit ise open until March. (Jim Kevlin/

In this week’s “Morning Headlines” on WAMC/Northeast Public Radio, Jim Kevlin, editor/publisher of (and Hometown Oneonta & the Freeman’s Journal), reports on “The Last Day of the Last Tsar” exhibit at Holy Trinity Monastery, Jordanville, and artifacts that prove once and for all that remains found in the Ural Mountains in 1979 are those of Tsar Nicholas and his family.



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