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26 Dec 12 at 5 pm

 16 November, Metropolitan Vikenty Morar (1953- ) of Tashkent and all Uzbekistan (First Hierarch of the Central Asian Metropolia) unveiled a monument, The Royal Children, at the Monastery of the Holy Royal Martyrs at Ganina Yama near Yekaterinburg, commemorating the murdered children of the last Russian Emperor Nicholas II (1868-1918). It depicts Grand Princesses Olga (1895-1918), Tatiana (1897-1918), Maria (1899-1918), andAnastasia (1901-18), and Tsarevich Grand Prince Aleksei (1904-18) descending from the heavens.

 16 November, Metropolitan Vikenty Morar (1953- ) of Tashkent and all Uzbekistan (First Hierarch of the Central Asian Metropolia) unveiled a monument, The Royal Children, at the Monastery of the Holy Royal Martyrs at Ganina Yama near Yekaterinburg, commemorating the murdered children of the last Russian Emperor Nicholas II (1868-1918). It depicts Grand Princesses Olga (1895-1918), Tatiana (1897-1918), Maria (1899-1918), andAnastasia (1901-18), and Tsarevich Grand Prince Aleksei (1904-18) descending from the heavens.