Nicholas and Alexandras room as it had been found Ipatiev House - Romanov Memorial - After 1918
The basement of the Ipatiev house where the Romanov family was murdered, the wall has been torn apart in search of bullets and other evidence by investigators following the shooting, Yekaterinburg, 1918-19. Cr.zolotoivek
Czar Nicholas II surrounded by his beloved ladies. L-R: Grand Duchess Tatiana, Empress Alexandra, Grand Duchess Marie, Grand Duchess Anastasia, Czar Nicholas, and Grand Duchess Olga.
Pre-1917 view. The Alexander Palace : The Imperial Bedroom Set in an alcove was the Imperial bed made up of two gilt-bronze twin beds. Behind it were hundreds of icons and religious items hung on cords. To the right of the bed was an icon-stand. Most of the icons and other items, totaling 700, were gifts to the Imperial family from important monasteries, churches, religious organizations, military units and private persons. The Bedroom’s finish and furnishings have not survived.
Marie and Anastasia's bedroom
The bed faced the window, behind it were hundreds of ikons and religious items which were hung on cords. Many of the ikons were ancient and valuable. The centerpiece was a large ikon of the Feodorovsky Mother of God - an ancient copy of the ikon used to bless the first Romanov Tsar when he accepted the throne.
OTMA's room in Tobolsk, where Romanov girls lived in captivity and have no servants. Look at the pillows - the embroidery was crafted by their mother Alix. Some pillows would be returned to Alexander Palace in Tsarskoye Selo and one can see them there. Some of these pillows would be destroyed by murderers, after Anna Demidova and girls took the pillows to the cellar of the Ipatiev House on that last night