14 and 21 July in Auckland (New Zealand) photo exhibition “the family of the last Russian Emperor. The Romanovs: Royal service”, dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the murder of the Royal family. The exhibition was organized by the parish Church of the Resurrection city of Auckland with the support of the portal “Pravoslavie”.
The exhibition was located in one of the exhibition pavilions, Victoria Park Market in downtown. During these days the exhibition was visited by parishioners, the Russian compatriots living in Auckland, as well as local residents.
The last exhibition was a great occasion to unite around the memory of the Holy Royal martyrs and to feel the atmosphere of the reign of the last Russian Emperor. The title of the exhibition encourages to think about the reign of Nicholas II as God assigned the mission of serving his people and homeland. Guests with great interest listened to the story of the priest of Alexander Skorik on the tragic events of a century ago about the need for a deeper understanding of the most difficult pages of national history.
All visitors are warmly thanked for the idea of holding a photo exhibition in New Zealand. It seemed that people were returning home in a very different mood – in a quiet mood and with even greater sympathy for the Royal family.