Cabinet of Wonders

Museum of Russian Icons
Worcester Magazine | March 20, 2014
The Tsars—to say nothing of many of their successors—often got away with murder. The tables decidedly turned, however, when the last of them, Nicholas II, was executed, along with his family, though their legacy and the aura surrounding it live on. “The Tsars’ Cabinet,” an upcoming exhibit at the Museum of Russian Icons in Clinton, and Nicholas Nicholson’s opening night talk, “Jewels of the Romanovs,” provide rare opportunities to glimpse this era and learn more about the lives and lifestyle of this ultimately ill-fated clan.

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