Portrait of Nicholas II in the Crimea slipped to avoid insults

Portrait of the last Russian Tsar Nicholas II on the pavement, painted during a tour of the Ekaterinburg exhibition “Living pictures” in Kerch, painted over with black paint. About the incident on Sunday, October 15, according to E1.

The organizers of the exhibition reported that it was made by “some guy in camouflage.” “I asked who he was, he replied that he was opposed to the Emperor’s people walked with their feet. I took a picture of the car on which it arrived, then another guy started threatening me. I explained to them that the purpose of our exhibition — on the contrary, to restore historical memory and to clear the name of the Emperor of dirt that was poured by the Soviet authorities,” — said one of the authors of the installation Andrey Krupin.

The exhibition “tableaux” was created with the participation of the Yekaterinburg diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church. Writing to her helped the priests in the Temple-on-Blood created on the site of the execution of the Royal family.