In Yalta, Crimea occupation authorities opened a monument to Tsarevich Alexey - the son of the last Russian emperor Nikolay II Romanov.
According to the local site 24 Yalta, a monument was built up on the territory of the Cathedral of St. Alexander Nevsky.
During the opening ceremony was read a greeting letter of now living representative of the Romanov dynasty.
It is remarkable that the cathedral, near which the monument is built up, is located on the corner of Sadovaya Street and Street Petra Voykova, who was a prominent Bolshevik, a member of the October Revolution, and one of the organizers of the execution of Russian royal family in 1918.
Tsarevich Alexei, was shot by the Bolsheviks at the age of 14, together with the representatives of the whole Russian imperial family.