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Nicholas II's trip to the south of Russia. (1912 - 1913)

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Scene №1 Nicholas II's trip to the south of Russia

Nicholas II and his entourage visiting the aviary with birds of prey during a visit to the zoo.

Servant of the zoo brings to the king zebra.

Zoo director tells the king of zebra, Nicholas II carefully listen to him.

Nicholas II was listening to employees about the zoo, standing at the aviary with birds of prey.

Nicholas II talks with provincial officials, standing at the laid banquet table.

Zoo employee tells the king of the swans and ducks swimming in the pond.

Nicholas II and his entourage pass the bridge over the creek.

Director of zoo exhibits local king horse breed.

Officers suites are on the track of a zoo.

Nicholas II examines the ostrich farm.

Nicholas II and officers suites sit in the car and leave.

Royal motorcade enters the gate with the inscription "God Save the Tsar", people greet the king.

Nicholas II and his entourage out of the barn after the horse inspection, sit in the car, leave, run out of the stable people.

Car king passes through the city by building the soldiers of the local garrison.

Nicholas II and his entourage go down the line of students high school, and secondary school pupils of the orphanage, talking with local officials.

The king sits in the car motorcade budge.

Royal car drives down the line of soldiers, stopped, Nicholas II comes out, takes the report from the commander of the garrison.

Nicholas II was greeted with provincial officials.

Nicholas II received from the hands of the official bread and salt.

The king welcomed the audience, getting into his car and drives away.

Personnel

Nicholas II - Emperor of Russia

Calendar

1912-1913

Locations

Russia [1]

Seasons

Summer [824]

Political figures; History