The exhibition “Russia: know and the Romanovs”, which is a famous Royal dynasty, will open at Buckingham Palace. It is dedicated to the relations between the Royal houses of Britain and Russia, reports Life with reference to the organizers of the project.
The exhibition will cover a period longer than 300 years, starting in 1698, when Peter the great visited London. Also on display you will see the portrait of the king, which was painted by Godfrey Kneller.
At Buckingham Palace for the first time in nearly a hundred years hang the front a picture of Nicholas. It in 1847 received the gift of Queen Victoria. In addition, the exhibition will present three Easter eggs of Faberge made by jeweler to the Imperial family, the dress of Princess Charlotte of Wales and the first pictures of the coronation of Alexander II.
The exhibition will run until 28 April 2019.
In July St. Petersburg hosted a family dinner on which was found the descendants of the Romanovs. Currently, Princess Olga and Prince Rostislav live in the UK.