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Exhibition dedicated to the last Russian Emperor Nikolas II opens in Dortmund

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Exhibition dedicated to the last Russian Emperor Nikolas II opens in Dortmund


13.11.2018

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Exhibition dedicated to the last Russian Emperor Nikolas II opened in Dortmund, Germany, Pravoslavie.ru website reports.

Towards Russian Tsar. Romanovs – Royal Service exhibition is open at the St. Luke's Serbian Orthodox Church.

Historic photographs telling about life and service of the Royal family are on the view. The showcase is open thanks to the Moscow Sretensky Monastery support. The exhibition is dated with the  the 100th anniversary of the Romanovs' execution.

As Russkiy Mir Foundation reported earlier, the ceremonies dedicated to this date are held all over Russia and abroad. The central platform is Yekaterinburg where the traditional festival titled Tsar Days is conducted. Its culmination was the Cross Procession starting by the Church on the Spilt Blood in the city center. It was erected at the place where Ipatiev house used to stand. In the early hours of July 17 1918, Nicholas II, his wife, children and servants were murdered at this place.

Another Romanov exhibition is open at the Buckingham Palace, London. 

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