From: January 24, 2013 By The Siberian Times reporter

The 2013 sees the 400th anniversary of the House of Romanov, the Russian royal family thrown on the scrapheap of history in 1917 as the Bolsheviks loomed.

The following year Nicholas II and his close family were shot by a firing squad in Yekaterinburg, but an intriguing mystery remains in Siberia over the whereabouts of ‘hidden’ or ‘lost’ Tsar’s gold with claims it could be worth $80 billion at today’s prices.

Across Siberia, groups of intrepid searchers have not given up hope of finding this treasure, convinced that it never fell into the hands of the Soviet authorities, and hoping this will be the lucky year for the royal gold rush…….

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