Photo exhibition in Africa dedicated to the Royal martyrs was held
In South Africa the descendants of the colonists saw the pictures of the Royal family.
In Johannesburg (South Africa) held a photo exhibition “the Last Romanovs”, dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the tragic death of the Royal family, according to THOMAS.
The exposition was opened in the parish center at the Church of St. Sergius of Radonezh in Johannesburg.
The opening ceremony was attended by the clergyman of the Johannesburg diocese of the Orthodox Church of Alexandria Archimandrite Jacobus van Der Riet, and the Afrikaners – descendants of Dutch colonists, French and German origin living in the city.
Visitors were able to see not only the official photographs from the archives of the Romanov family, but also the personal, where the last Russian Emperor and his family are presented in an informal setting.
Events dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the tragic death of the family of Nicholas II were held around the world.
In New Zealand, showed rare archival photographs of the Royal family, and in Britain, in memory of the massacre of the Nicholas II family, on the Isle of Wight appeared a memorial cross.