Ivan the Terrible
Originally published 04/10/2017
Constructed during the sixteenth century by Ivan the Terrible’s mother, Elena Glinskaya, the room was designed specifically to allow the Russians to spy on an enemy by eavesdropping through a wall.
Originally published 08/15/2016
A Russian governor plans to erect a statue to honor the notorious czar, but many in his region are not impressed.
Originally published 03/31/2015
The exhibition accused the Western news media of miscasting Czar Ivan IV as “the Terrible.”
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