In Buenos Aires, an exhibition of photographs of the Royal family

22 July at the Cathedral of Buenos Aires (ROCOR) held an exhibition of photographs of the Royal family.


In the morning in the Cathedral was celebrated a divine Liturgy led by his grace John, Bishop of Caracas and South America (ROCOR) concelebrated by most Reverend Cyril, Bishop of Buenos Aires, Central and South America of the Serbian Orthodox Church. The two hierarchs were present at the solemn opening of the exhibition, Banquet and lectures by well-known Russian public figure, publicist, historian, journalist and political analyst living in Argentina, Igor Andrushkevich.

Son of Colonel white Russian emigre, he was born in Belgrade in 1927, where in 1948, moved with his parents to Argentina, where he received his philosophical and journalistic education. Consistently led public activities, read the public reports and lectures in Russian and in Spanish on the historical, philosophical, political and economic issues.


In 1960-70-ies Igor was a member of the Diocesan Council of the Argentine-Paraguayan diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad. 23 Aug 2010 was awarded the order of Holy Prince Daniel of Moscow III degree “in recognition to the works on strengthening Church unity.”

His report Igor titled “Reform of Tsar Nicholas II”, giving a brief historical slice of the real state of Affairs in the Russian state in the early twentieth century, showing the magnitude and progressiveness of activities of the last Russian Tsar, talented and wise undertaking which was then like a faded and forgotten in the subsequent turbulent historical events.


The lecture was attended by many Russian, Argentinean and Serbian guests, including historians and political scientists, representatives of the diplomatic corps of the foreign Ministry. The lecture itself took place in Spanish. Exhibition of photographs of the Royal family was prepared with the support of the Moscow Sretensky monastery and portal Pravoslavie.

An exhibition of photographs about the Royal family, impressed everyone present. The event organizer Tamara Yevtushenko told about the plans of the exhibition at the Department of Russian Department of international relations State University of La Plata. Also at various universities in Argentina will be shown a documentary about the Royal family; presentations of the scientists, which include official documents from the archives of the Ministry of foreign Affairs about the events of 1918; the performances of the students of Formal courses of Russian language, St. Petersburg state University in Buenos Aires on the theme “the Last Royal family of Russia and moral values.”

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