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CRIMEA, August 26. /TASS/. Prince Dimitri Romanov, the oldest relative of last Russian Emperor Nicholas II, who arrived in Crimea on August 25, said he was feeling at home at the Black Sea peninsula.
"I am not a tourist in Crimea, it feels like home," the 89-year old prince, who resides in Denmark, told TASS.
The Romanov House head began his four-day Crimea trip with the Livadia Palace, where a monument to last Russian Emperor Nicholas II was unveiled in spring.
Prince Dimitri laid flowers to the monument and expressed his gratitude to the local authorities and people for the tribute to Nicholas II.
"Russia respects its history," said the prince who arrived in Crimea with his wife Dorrit for the first time since the peninsula’s reunification with Russia in March 2014.