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Monument: The murdered Romanovs

Erection date: 13/7/2018


{On a plaque below a large cross:}
1918 - 2018
In memory of the Holy Royal Martyrs tormented and slain by the Bolsheviks in Ekaterinburg on the 4th July 1918.

The monument carries the Russian royal crest and the text in Russian as well as English.

Site: The murdered Romanovs (1 memorial)

W4, Harvard Road, 57, Cathedral of the Dormition of the Mother of God and the Royal Martyrs

The church's full name is: London Russian Orthodox Church Abroad’s Cathedral of the Nativity Of the Most Holy Mother of God and the Royal Martyrs. It moved here from Emperor’s Gate, SW7, in 1990.

We normally try and provide a photo of the building showing the position of the memorial but that was not possible, if we also wanted to show this glorious blue onion dome in Chiswick. Right choice, we hope you agree.

The cross is easily visible just inside one of the gates to the property on Harvard Road, as our other photo shows.

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This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
The murdered Romanovs

Information Subjects commemorated

Tsar Nicholas II and family

The Russian Imperial Romanov family were murdered in Ekaterinburg on the 4th ...

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