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 PDS Russia Religion News July 2003
On the night of 16-17 July 1918, in the basement of the Ipatiev house in Ekaterinburg the family of the last of the Russian Romanov autocrats was shot.
The memorial Church-on-the-Blood was built in Ekaterinburg on the site of the Ipatiev house that was torn down in 1977, in which the family of the last Russian emperor, Nicholas II, was imprisoned and shot on the night of 16-17 July 1918.
This image was in the Ipatiev house at the time of imprisonment of Nicholas II's family there in 1918.
www.stetson.edu /~psteeves/relnews/0307f.html

  
 Nikolai II (Nicholas II) Dwarfed by His Legacy
The coincidence in the name of the house Ipatiev, with the Ipatiev monastery from where the first member of his dynasty had been called to the throne more than 300 years before, has fed the imagination of a people prone to mysticism.
Born on the day of the Old Testament martyr Job, Nikolai was shot dead along with his wife Alexandra, four daughters, son and four servants in the basement of the house where they had been kept under house arrest for several months.
Some locals claim to have witnessed miracles at the site of the house in the Ural city of Yekaterinburg and the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad canonized Nikolai in 1981.
www.west.net /~antipas/news/russia/czar/nikolai2.html

  
 Romanov - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ironically, the Ipatiev House has the same name as the Ipatiev Monastery in Kostroma, where Mikhail Romanov had been offered the Russian crown in 1613.
Bolshevik authorities killed the last Romanov monarch, Nikolai II, and his immediate family in the cellar of the Ipatiev House in Yekaterinburg, Russia, on July 17, 1918.
The spot where the Ipatiev House once stood has recently been commemorated by a magnificent cathedral "on the blood".
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Romanov

  
 Golden Ring Photo Gallery. City Kostroma
In Ekaterinburg in the house of Ipatiev St. Theodore's icon of the Holy Virgin was found which had belonged to the empress.
North of the monastery the Ipatievskaya (St. Hypatius) settlement is located.
The piles upon which the church is mounted always remained uncovered as after the flood the church "floated" and the draught was the only means to dry it.
www.visitrussia.com /guide/gallery-goldring-kostroma.htm

  
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Kizhi: Walking tour of the State Preserve and Museum of Wooden Architecture: the 22 domed Transfiguration Church, windmills and Peasant House.
Monastery of Our Savior, Church of Elija the Prophet, Monks' Cells of the Monastery, Applied Art museum.
Visit fortified monasteries and see beautiful cathedrals dotting the countryside as you explore the wide sweep of Russian history.
www.gotorussia.net /travel_services_tours_and_packages_river_waterways15.htm

  
 The Novo-Tikhvin Women’s Monastery: The Metochion of the Monastery
Therefore the relics were quickly dispatched to Ekaterinburg, where they were at first put on display in the Ipatiev house, and then removed to the storage facility of the Regional Studies museum in Zelenaja Roshcha (Green Grove), which was located in the building of the Saint Alexander Nevsky cathedral.
Since 1997, the Novo-Tikhvin women’s monastery has had a metochion (dependency) in the village of Merkushino, in the Verkhoturye district, where the Saint of the Siberian land spent his God-pleasing life.
It is a joy to see that once again, as in the past, pilgrims are coming to this grace-filled, picturesque place sanctified by prayer, where it seems as if nature itself glorifies its Creator.
sestry.nausite.ru /eng/content/court/index

  
 Russian Royal Family - New Russian Orthodox Cathedral Being Built At Former Ipatiev House
In the past I have joyfully reported to you that a new Russian Orthodox Cathedral was being built on the grounds of the former Ipatiev House, where the holy martyrdom of the Royal Martyrs Tsar Nicholas II and Family happened on July 17, 1918, in Ekaterinburg, Russia (click here to read this posting)
I would also like to bring to your attention that a Russian Orthodox Monastery has been built in the forest of Ganina Yama, Ekaterinburg, which is called St.
To view other photos of the construction of the Cathedral currently taken place please visit (information in Russian, but you will be able to view photos) http://orthodox.etel.ru/Photo/IndexFiles/inbloodpash.htm.
www.serfes.org /royal/newcathedral.htm

  
 ReadingGroupGuides.com - The Romanov Prophecy by Steve Berry
Interestingly, Mikhail, the first Romanov, was found at the Ipatiev Monastery in Siberia where he'd taken refuge with his mother, and the last Romanov, Nicholas II, was murdered in the Ipatiev house located in the Siberian town of Yekaterinburg.
A strange, circular journey that took the Romanov family from the heights of absolute power to the depths of total destruction.
www.readinggroupguides.com /guides3/romanov_prophecy1.asp

  
 The Novo-Tikhvin Women’s Monastery: The Iconostases of the Cathedral on the Blood
The inhabitants of our monastery brought food to the Ipatiev house, thereby helping to support the wellbeing of the prisoners held there, particularly that of the ailing Tsarevich.
And now, with the blessing of His Eminence, Archbishop Vikentii, the sisters of the revived monastery are working on the iconostases of the Cathedral that is being built on the site of Golgotha of the Urals, the place of suffering of the Royal Passion-bearers.
The entire staff of the icon painting workshop is helping the sisters who are working on these icons, since the work is both crucially important and urgent, since the cathedral is to be consecrated by Patriarch Alexy II during his visit to our diocese this summer.
sestry.nausite.ru /eng/content/bip/03/035

  
 The St. Petersburg Times - Russia's Last Tsar (Sainthood Issue May Split Church)
Three centuries after the Romanov dynasty started in the Ipatiev Monastery in Kostroma as Russia emerged from the "time of troubles," Nicholas II's family was ruthlessly murdered in the basement of the Ipatiev House in Yekaterinburg as Russia plunged into turmoil again.
The romantic love story of Nicholas and Alexandra, both devout Orthodox Christians, the agony of a family with a hemophiliac son and the tragedy of the revolution all combined to turn the lives of the tsar, his wife and their five children into hagiography.
Nicholas II was born on the day of Job - the Old Testament righteous man who bore great suffering but never renounced God.
www.sptimes.ru /special/tsar/sainthood.htm

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