Caso vocês não tenham visto, resolveram o mistério de Anastasia Romanov:

The fate of the last members of Russia’s Romanov dynasty—particularly youngest daughter Anastasia—has captivated popular imagination for years, and a new paper published in PLoS ONE offers conclusive evidence that solves the mystery at last. Using DNA extracted from two bodies discovered in 2007, researchers identified the bodies as those of Alexei, heir to the Romanov throne, and one of his three sisters. The bodies were found buried 70 meters from a mass grave containing nine bodies discovered in 1991, which were thought to be those of Tsar Nicholas II, his wife Alexandra, and other family members.”

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