What strikes me about this set of images is their faithfulness to the original photos taken at the time of the Sergeyev investigation. The only error that I can find is that there was only one light bulb in the cellar and it did not hang from the ceiling, but was affixed to the north wall of the cellar room. I have seen, however, a portion of the film on Youtube and spotted several errors. In life, Yurovsky wore a moustache. In the film, he is shown as clean shaven. In the film, the Fiat truck is shown turning left as it left the courtyard area. The reality is that it turned right onto Vosnesensky Prospeckt and then took the next right onto Vosnesensky Lane. As it turned right, it passed the Popov house as it headed down the hill towards Iset Pond. It then turned left onto Yakova Street on its way to the Four Brothers area.
Below, the 1916 Fiat truck leaving the house on that fateful summer morning. From the 1992 film, The Last Days of the Last Tsar.
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Click here for You Tube and the Ipatiev house.