Exhibition on Russian Royal Family Opens in Prague

Pravmir.com team | 18 January 2019

Prague, January 17, 2019 – A new exhibition on the Russian royal family, “The Romanovs: Royal Service,” opened in Prague’s Russian Centre for Science and Culture on January 14, 2019, reports pravoslavie.ru.

Photos from historical archives and the family’s personal albums are exhibited to illustrate their day to day life, charity and service to their homeland.

    

One of the exhibition’s authors, a monk from Moscow Sretensky Monastery, Ignaty (Shestakov) opened the presentation.

The opening ceremony was held in the Centre’s Crystal Hall, with the exhibition presented by Fr. Ignaty (Shestakov) of Moscow’s Sretensky Monastery.

    

The same exhibition previously opened in Zurich on November 30.

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