You will investigate the circumstances of the death of the family of Nicholas II, cross the border of two parts of the world and consider the "Mask of Sorrow" by Ernst Neizvestny. In addition, you will hear about the sites of ancient people, the first metallurgists of the Bronze Age, the Iset River, forest dachas and the geological features of our region. Individual excursion for 1-6 people Duration 4 hours Children Allowed with children How it goes By car Rating 5 on 3 reviews RUB 7500 per excursion Price for 1-6 people, regardless of the number of participants
What awaits you
History, geography and nature of the Urals Just a few kilometers west of Yekaterinburg, there is the border of the two parts of the world. You will find out how many obelisks are installed along it and what they mean. Stand with one foot in Europe and the other in Asia, celebrate with a glass of champagne and receive a special border crossing certificate. In addition, stop at the memorial complex of victims of political repression, uncover its history, hear about the period of the “Great Terror” in the Urals, and see the “Mask of Sorrow”, created according to the project of Ernst Neizvestny
The Romanovs and the Secrets of Ganina Yama Ganina Yama is the place where the Bolsheviks tried to hide the remains of the Romanovs and their entourage. Now there is a monastery in the name of the Royal Passion-bearers. On its territory you will see seven Orthodox churches in the style of Russian wooden architecture. I will reveal what the Kolchak investigators, headed by Nikolai Sokolov, tried to find in these places, and I will share the legends about the prisoners of the Ipatiev House who "miraculously escaped". I will also tell you about the "note of Yurovsky" and how and where the burial place of the royal family was discovered.
- Transport, champagne on the border of Europe and Asia and a certificate of its passage are included in the price
- Donation at the entrance to the monastery is paid additionally: 150 rubles per person
The meeting point is by agreement with the guide, you can discuss it when ordering an excursion.