”Exchange of Information between Humanitarian Organizations –
Working in Ukraine”conference
The Embassy of the Sovereign Order of Malta in Ukraine and the Institute of International Relations of Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University jointly organized the international conference ”Exchange of Information between Humanitarian Organizations Working in Ukraine”. The ain topic of the conference was the quick coverage and correct information exchange between humanitarian organizations, operating in Ukraine. Representatives of the Sovereign Maltese Order (who has been present and active in Ukraine since 1991), the United Nations, Churches, OSCE, and Caritas participated. OSCE Representative Jeffrey Ehrlich said, in particular, that the monitoring mission is making great efforts to solve landmines issue and help local people under conditions of humanitarian conflict. The Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the Sovereign Order of Malta Mr. Antonio Gazzanti Pugliese Di Cotrone stated that such cooperation is aimed at being transparent and open within the state authorities of Ukraine. It should be impartial concerning the autonomy of humanitarian organizations that are already successfully working. In addition, the coordination should accompany the high-quality support of specialists and managers of structures involved and their decisions should be joint and useful to people. Finally, the cooperation should ultimately create an information exchange and monitoring network. That would allow responding promptly to any current challenges.
Les Roses de Bagatelle by Rashid Al Khalifa
Artist Rashid Al Khalifa‘s recent series Les Roses de Bagatelle opens at Guerlain, 68 Champs-Élysées, FR-75008 PARIS on 5 May 2018 at 10:30am. The exhibition shall remain open until 8 June 2018.
Inspired by the history of the Château de Bagatelle and the allure of the gardens that surround it, Rashid Al Khalifa’s most recent series was created as an homage to Guerlain whose scent “Le Jardin de Bagatelle’ took inspiration from the same park when it was crafted in 1983.
A continuation from the iconic convex form takes precedence as the foundation of Rashid’s work, each piece in these series employ delicate and intricately crafted aluminum flowers onto the curved, matte-enameled surface, in patterns. The resulting symmetrical compositions further demonstrate Rashid’s desire to formulate statements on minimalism, purity and balance, this time including natural representations of roses upon the foreground.
Interestingly, each work is distinguishable by their pattern, or by the number of roses that adorn their surface. Yet this number is not an indication of the authority of an individual piece, just as a single rose holds no less value than a bouquet of roses – its value is dependent on the context within which it is presented.
“We are thrilled to collaborate with Rashid Al Khalifa, whose work we have admired for some time now. Guerlain values collaborations with the creative and is aware of the benefit not only in inspiring others but also in enabling our brand to be envisioned by respected and renowned artists such as Rashid Al Khalifa” said Guerlain.
About the Artist
Beginning his career in the late 1960s, Rashid Al Khalifa has exhibited in Bahrain and internationally. In 2010, a large-scale retrospective exhibition entitled “Convex: A New Perspective” was held for at the Bahrain National Museum.
Rashid Al Khalifa was the first president of Bahrain Arts Society and currently holds the title of Honorary President therein. He has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions internationally. Solo exhibitions include Ayyam Gallery, Dubai, UAE (2018), Shuman Arts Organisation, Amman, Jordan (1997), De Caliet Gallery, Milan, Italy, and El Kato Kayyel Gallery, Milan (1996). His work as also been featured in group exhibitions such as La Biennale di Venezia, Venice, Italy (2017 and 2015), Third Mediterranean Biennale, Sakhnin Valley (2017), Royal Bridges (Dubai, 2016), Bahrain Arts Society, Manama, Bahrain (2016), tRIO Bienal, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2015), Issoudin Museum, Issoudin, France (2015), Galerie Gmurzynska, Art Basel Miami Beach (2010) Bahrain National Museum, Manama (2002), Taipei Art Exhibition, Taipei, Taiwan (1999), Sharjah Biennial, Sharjah, UAE (1999), and Art America Exhibition, Miami, USA (1997).
About Guerlain and its art patronage
Since 1828, Guerlain explores, innovates and perfects fragrances, skincare products and makeup. Guerlain is a luxury house of daring creators, producing mythical creations with timeless savoir-faire. During the II French Empire, Guerlain was a purveyor to the Imperial Court under Emperor Napoléon III and Empress Eugénie.
For the last twelve years Guerlain begun a partnership with the Foire internationale d’art contemporain (Fiac) as well as the Maison Européenne de la Photographie (MEP). It sponsors the Design Award of Daniel and Florence Guerlain.
Particular exhibitions and art collaborations are meant to highlight Guerlain’s patronage for beauty and artistic creation.
About the Château de Bagatelle
In 1777, the Count d’Artois (subsequently the last “King of France” as Charles X), a younger brother to King Louis XVI, accepted Queen Marie-Antoinette‘s challenge to build a maison de plaisance from the decaying Domaine de Bagatelle located in the outskirts of Paris, within but hundred days. Queen Marie Antoinette wanted to indulge a jolly moment there, before the Royal Court had to move to the regal Domaine of Fontainebleau.
Unbelievably the resourceful Count d’Artois won the bet, for the residence was
completed in merely sixty-four days. Marie Antoinette was 100 000 pounds poorer as a consequence.
Recorded as strikingly elegant by contemporaries, cosy for its visitors and joyful in atmosphere, the entrance to the château’s façade bears the inscription in Latin Parva sed apta or in English “Small but suitable”. And thus, can one describe the “folie d’Artois”, renowned for its romantic scenery, its exquisite rose garden as well as the soothing pink pastel colours of the château’s walls.
Intrinsically linked to France’s royal and imperial heritage, the Maison Guerlain has also drawn inspiration from this magnificent “folie d’Artois” for the production of verily French fragrances. In fact, in 1983 the Parc de Bagatelle, inspired Jean-Paul Guerlain‘s scent “Le Jardin de Bagatelle”.
Princess Karina Bagration- Moukhransky legally proved her rights for name and title and was recognized by the Head of the Royal House of Georgia, H.R.H.Prince Nugzar Bagration – Gruzinsky.
In response to numerous accusations expressed on behalf of organization and team of Prince David Bagration-Moukhransky and the defamation which was published on Spanish blog( known under Doce Linajes de Soria), Princess Karina Bagration-Moukhransky officially addressed Dr.Oleg Manuta, PhD in Law, Cavaleiro Honorario Da Real Irmandade De Sao Miguel da Ala, Cavalieri dell`Ordine dei Santi Maurizio e Lazzaro, her legal advisor, with the official request to summit independent history, law and genealogy professionals aimed answering whether Karina has legitimate rights for her name and princess title. It was conducted involving independent experts and in total respect of international and Ukrainian legal standards. The results proved that even after her divorce Karina has the uncontestable rights for a princess title and style. She may use it as part of her full historical name till her next marriage.
The Digest of Laws of the Russian Empire (Свод законов Российской империи, pre-1917 Russian: Сводъ законовъ Россiйской имперiи) which states: “the husband conveys his title to his spouse, if by birth she belonged to less significant social statues and coveys with it all rights and privileges connected to it”: ( The Civil Law of Russian Empire issues analyzed- 1899 y., p. 3), 1722 January 24 (3890) p. 7; 1775 April 3 (14290); 1785 April 21 (16187) p. 3, 7; (16188) p. 82; 1807 December 22 (22726); 1808 May 17 (23027); 1814 November 30 (25740); 1815 September 21 (25947) p. 5; 1856 June (230679). (volume. IX p. 5; volume. Х part. 1 p. 100; volume . IX page . 44, 53, 367, 493, 539, 542, 710) and that ” the divorce is the cessation of the marriage that has all the legal consequences. “When a woman legally acquires the rights for her husband’s title by marriage, she does not lose is afterwards, that is when she widows of divorces (Decree No. 9773 of The 1st Department of the Governing Senate, 1903) (Source: Prof. GF Shershenevich, ”Textbook of Russian Civil Law”, edition 1907, pp. 628-629 and authentic legal text of the Civil Law of the Russian Empire (last reduction edited on 1906)”.There were several cases alike , demonstrating the Civil Law in Action and based upon by the experts. The current Ukrainian Civil Law, namely the article 35 “the right for a surname choice” states –“A Ukrainian citizen may choose liberally the name and a surname to bear” and more precisely the article 113 states that “A spouse who changed her name upon marriage is entitled to retain her name after the marriage dissolution, or, if wishes so, may return her pre-marital surname.” In accordance to current Ukrainian legislation (same as other former USSR countries), the princely title can not be in exclusive property of either a legal or a private person as the monarchy was not restored. It can’t be granted or withdrawn. The title could only take the form of a complete historical surname in official documents (such practice exists in Germany, for example) which, however, does not diminish its historical or social meaning. Naturally, Princess Karina Vladimirovna Bagration-Moukhransky, (Bagration-Moukhranska – in Ukrainian) has full right to defend her dignity in all official legal bodies and use the results of this legal expertise as uncontestable prove of her rights. Finally, the Legitimate Head of the Royal House of Georgia, H.R.H.Prince Nugzar Bagration- Gruzinsky, recognized Karina as part of Bagrationi Dynasty with the Recognition Decree published officially on the site of the Royal House on November 15, 2017 and available at https://theroyalhouseofgeorgia.org/downloads/DECREE_-_Karina.pdf. Prince Nugzar is Petres dze Bagration-Gruzinsky (Georgian: ნუგზარ პეტრეს ძე ბაგრატიონ-გრუზინსკების) (born 25 August 1950, in Tbilisi, Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic is the senior descendant by primogeniture in the male line of George XII, the last King of Georgia (Kartli and Kakheti) to reign: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nugzar_Bagration-Gruzinsky.
Princess Karina Bagration- Moukhransky is a famous philanthropist, educationalist and media person. For ongoing promotion of the positive image of Bagrationi Dynasty, she was decorated with Dynastic Order of the Crown of the Georgian Kingdom.To discover more, please visit: www.karinabagration.biz and www.princesscarina.org .The Cawa Media Team congratulates Princess Karina and wishes her lots of success.
Ballo dei Cento e non più Cento” (Ball of the Hundred and not more than Hundred)
April 13-14, 2018
The Royal Family of Georgia attended the Ballo Dei 100 e non piu 100 on the 14th of April 2018 which took place in beautiful city of Casale Monferrato( Northern Italy). Princes Anna also attended the ball last year. This year she gave the key note speech introducing her father, the current Head of the Royal House of Georgia. This event is one of the most important cultural and social gatherings of Italian and European nobility that remains deeply linked to history, roots and traditions of Christian Europe. During this event The international Award of HRH Maria Teresa di Borbone Parma takes place. It encourages personalities for excellence in their profession, intelligence, generosity, humanism and peace building.
H.R.H. PRINCESS ANNA OF GEORGIA WELCOMED IN THE KINGDOM OF MOROCCO
March 15 to 20, 2018
More than a thousand participants from 131 countries and representatives of 27 regional and international organizations, as well as former heads of state and government, ministers, presidents of parliaments, policy makers and parliamentarians, took part in the Crans Montana International Forum in Morocco.
H.R.H Princess Anna was welcomed by Moroccan´s government officially as Royal Princess of Georgia. Princess Anna, among some first Ladies of other countries, was met at the ramp of airplane in Casablanca by Interior Minister Mr. Abdelouafi Laftit and the chief of protocol. Later she was tranferred to Dakhla (the capital of the Moroccan administrative region) where she was accommodated at a luxury cruise Italian ship Grandi Navi Veloci (GNV)´s cabin.
At Dakhla Princess Anna met Mr. Nasser Bourita whom His Majesty King Mohammed VI appointed on April 5, 2017 as Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
Princess Anna met with authorities of other countries; Presidents, Prime Ministers and Monarchs, it seemed they all knew who she was and treated her with the highest reverence expected for a Monarch.
Some of the honored guess were Her Imperial and Royal Highness Camilla Habsburg-Lothringen, Archduchess of Austria and Princess of Tuscany , H.R.H. Princess Tirelo Molotlegi Member of the Royal Bafokeng Family of South Africa, Mr. Nicolas Sarkozy, President of the French Republic from 2007 to 2012, Mrs Lidia Vice President Senate Italy. Debbie Remengesau, First Lady of the Republic of Palau, invited Princess Anna of Georgia to visit their island, HM Queen Nompumelelo Zulu queen of the Zulus south Africa, HM Zwelithini Goodwill king of Zulus South Africa, and much more.
The visit of H.R.H. Princess Ana Bagration- Gruzinsky, as Guest of Honor, took place to Morocco from March 15 to 20, 2018 with the kind invitation of Mr. Pierre-Emmanuel Quirin and H.E. Jean-Paul Carteron, President and Honorary Chairman & Founder of Crans Montana International Forum, “On Africa & South-South Cooperation” under the High Patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI who on Friday March 16, gave a royal message for the official opening session expressing his confidence in Africa, describing it as a land of opportunities that should be maximized in service of the development of the continent. Full text of King Mohammed VI.
The Crans Montana Forum is a Swiss Non-Governmental International Organization whose importance and prestige have been globally well-established since 1986. Its oldest Forums are held each year in Crans-Montana (CH-VS) and Geneva (CH-GE). It is formally recognized by and work with all major International Organizations, Governments, Business and Non-Governmental Organizations.
The Crans Montana Forum on Africa & South-South Cooperation in Dakhla on EURONEWS March 23, 2018 http://www.cmf.ch/index.php?page=9&news=1441
Lady Colin Campbell, Prince Leo of Breithen-Thurn and Duke Olivier of Crussol d’Uzes attended launch of the Paul Smith’s collection at the Bentley & Skinner in Piccadilly, London
Last week on Wednesday, 7th March was most splendid evening in London. Full of diamonds, gold and champagne at the most famous and well known jewelers in the United Kingdom, the Bentley & Skinner – Royal Jewelers, who are inspiration for the Paul Smith’s new limited edition collection. Inspired by unique antique jewels from the Bentley & Skinner
Sir Paul Smith said in own words: “I have been receiving a very beautiful catalogue from Bentley & Skinner for quite some time and every-time it drops through the letterbox I always think that it’s so perfectly created and laid-out. I just kept thinking, “wow, these photos would make the perfect dress”.
Among British elite, art collectors, jewelry specialists and fashion designers were some members of British aristocracy and European royalty. Lady Colin Campbell was enjoying in various tiaras. Prince Leo of Breithen-Thurn chose late Victorian pearl and diamond tiara for Lady Campbell to try it on. She find this tiara most interesting one, as Lady Campbell set tiara on her head she received many compliments from reception guests. Future Duke of Crussol d’Uzes; Olivier, Dimitri Ziadie-Campbell and Prince Leo of Breithen-Thurn were enjoying in discussing jewelery history and seeing rare unique pieces. Mark Evans, Managing Director of Bentley & Skinner, and Omar Vaja, were best persons to explain which valuable treasures Bentley & Skinner poses and produce. Among them are rare and precious pieces of Fabergé.
Bentley & Skinner producing many jewels for members of the British Royal family since 1880. Recent visit from the Royal Family was by Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh. Furthermore, their style and collections are real little treasures of London, especially pieces inspired by ancient Egypt or more closer Victorian era.
Photo: Andrea Fabrizi Photography for Cawa Media
Lady Campbell, Prince Nicholas of Romania and Crown Prince Boris of Bulgaria attend Dreamtime Events Croatia Reception in London
Dreamtime Events Croatia, Croatia’s most prestigious and bespoke wedding planning and corporate events company held a private party at Ognisko Private Members Club in South Kensington, Thursday 15th February 2018.
The event, hosted by Dreamtime CEO, Branka Cubelic was organised to promote Croatia and to entice couples to choose Croatia for their destination wedding, honeymoon and/or elopement.
Dreamtime also specialises in corporate events and the evening was the perfect opportunity to meet with the Dreamtime Team, couples that have gotten married in Croatia through the services of Dreamtime Events and also couples who are about to say ‘I do’ in Croatia. Branka proudly recognised couples who have chosen to wed in Croatia as the greatest ambassadors for the country.
Honorary guests included Lady Campbell and Mrs Barbara Kaczmarowska Hamilton, who were both recipients of self portraits painted from Dalmatian red wine by talented local Croatian artist, Marina Tomasevic. Branka also presented Prince Leo of Breithen-Thurn with a special gift from Croata, Croatia’s most exclusive necktie brand.
VIP guests included members of the Royal Family including, Prince Nicholas of Romania with wifne Alina-Maria, Crown Prince Boris of Bulgaria, Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Prince of Tarnovo, Duke of Saxony, Countess Olympia of Lauterburg, Archduchess Anna-Monica of Austria, Princess Royal of Hungary, Duke Olivier of Crussol d’Uzes, Prince Christie of Hohenzollern, Prince Leo of Breithen-Thurn.
His Excellency Mr Christian Nkambule, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Swaziland, Dr Priyanka Kedia Goel, Mrs Metoda Mikuz, Deputy Head of Mission, Embassy of Slovenia in London, Count Simone Balestrini of Stampa-Soncino and Count Andrea Boezio Bertinotti, Mrs Victoria Christian, daughter of Clive Christian and Lady Campbell’s twin sons, Sir Dmitri Campbell and Sir Michael Campbell and Maxim Bouchard, Canadian Olympic diver were also in attendance.
Catering was provided by famous restaurant, Zrno Soli located in Split, Croatia who flew in 3 chefs from the restaurant to cater for the evening and free flowing red and white wine by Zdjelarevic vino. The evening also included a special performance by Eve Polycarpou from Mamma Mia 2, who admitted that Croatia stole her heart last summer while she was on set on island Vis.
Photos Credits: Iva & Vedran Weddings Croatia
Nicholas de Roumanie, the grandson of King Michael of Romania, will get married next summer (2018) with Alina-Maria Binder.
Spanning over increasing amounts of activities the duo consisting of Princess Lilly zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg and Prince Donatus of Schaumburg-Lippe started a unique challenge to raise both awareness and funding for the charity organisations Interhelp and Save the Children. The challenge started in July 2017, as the duo attempted to complete the Mongol Rally, a motorised race from London to Ulaan-Ude north of Mongolia. Its noteworthy that In May 2016 both mother and son ran an ultramarathon of 160km across the Bulgarian Rhodopes over the course of five days. The project combined both the strength required to complete the challenge and the already present successful projects established to prove that the impossible can be achieved.
The Royal and Merciful Society of Bearers of Medals and Awards of
Belgium (Koninklijke en Menslievende Vereniging van Dragers van
Eretekens en Medailles van Belgie) granted Princess Karina Bagration –
Moukhransky with the Honorary Cross for Humanitarian Merits. Her
Highness is the President and Co- Founder of Princess Carina
Organization (A Swiss based NGO, Under High Patronage of Geneva
Canton, UN Global compact Group Partner www.princesscarina.org). The
Society was founded in 1865 and it decorates annually for courage,
self-sacrifice or long-term philanthropic activities. The nominees
must have excellent reputation and to be selected by International
Delegates. The Award is recognized by the Belgian State. At top of The
Royal and Merciful Society of Bearers of Medals and Awards of Belgium
is its Royal Patron, The King of the Belgians. The Decoration was
followed by a Gala with took place at luxurious Grand HoteI Hessischer
Hof under patronage of H.R.H. Donatus, Prince of Hesse
http://www.prinz-von-hessen.de/. The guests had an opportunity to
enjoy special menu and taste the wines, selected for the occasion. The
guests also received personal greetings from H.R.H. the Prince Louis
Princess Carina Organization was delighted to donate some items on
behalf of its Project, Carina Art Trust, to the Charitable Auction
powered by Organizers in tribute of Syrian and African children. It is
expected that the founds will be donated to support a Ghana school and
a Syrian hospital for war victims. The volunteers are particularly
grateful to Mr.Thomas Kern ( Munich, Germany
http://www.antiquariatundkunst.de) for his valuable help as
professional auctioneer and to Mr. Rory O Neill, Chairman, Europagrid(
Ireland and Monaco).The Gregory III Laham Patriarch of Antioch and All
the East, of Alexandria and Jerusalem, personally attended the event
and sensitized people to support Syrian children in need. His
Beatitude is the spiritual leader of the Melkite Greek Catholic
Church, elected on November 29, 2000, succeeding Patriarch Maximos V
Hakim. He retired on May 6, 2017.
The official visit of H.R.H. Princess Ana Bagration- Gruzinsky to Spain
The official visit of H.R.H. Princess Ana Bagration- Gruzinsky took place to Spain from 5 th till 7 th of July. In the framework of her visit Her Royal Highness met Spanish nobility, business and political elite. She also participated in Crans Montana Forum’s 28th Annual Session which took place in Barcelona in one of the key Mediterranean’s centers. She took active part in conference on the Silk Road Cooperation was organized on July 6, promoting prosperity and economic integration especially with Mediterranean, Middle East and African countries. This Program was a unique opportunity to foster Global Cooperation, develop Business Opportunities and strengthen International networks. Heads of State and Government, Ministers of Economy, Finance, Trade, Transport and Industry were invited to discuss the following topics:
- Opening the way from Western Europe to China is also an opportunity for the Mediterranean, the Middle East and Africa.
- As a key to major new markets, the Silk Road represents an unique opportunity for improving international cooperation and boosting economic Development
- Common goals and achievements will improve peaceful relations and strenghten a confident shared Development
- Outstanding transport networks and policies are the key to such a successful cooperation
- The Eurasian corridors and the Maritime Silk Road lead to the Mediterranean, also gateway to the Atlantic World Intertwining diplomacy with economic stimulation and international cooperation
- The new strategies for the Arab economies and the African countries where the most important potential of natural resources is The Development of the Silk Road Cooperation from Atlantic to Pacific Ocean is also a matter of transport facilities.
Princess Ana also had an opportunity to discover more about the New Leaders for Tomorrow Special Program which took place this year in Barcelona. It is a unique community of young leaders from Africa, the Arab World, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, South-America and Far East selected thanks to their exceptional professional achievement, leadership experience and ability to promote peaceful dialogue worldwide. Together, they form a powerful Community to shape the global agenda and address the 21st Century major challenges.
Its noteworthy that last year, H.R.H.Prince Nugzar Bagration- Gruzinsky nominated Princess Karina Bagration- Moukhransky, the president and founder of Princess Carina Organization ( Charity, Switzerland based) for the New Leaders for Tomorrow Award which she received from the hands of H.E. Mr. Didier Reynders, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Belgium. During the annual Gala dinner in presence of Spanish ministers and other government officials, Her Royal Highness Princess Anna decorated H.E. Jean-Paul Carteron (Honorary Chairman & Founder of Crans Montana International Forum) with the degree of Grand Officer of the Royal Order of The Crown of The Georgian Kingdom.
The Forum was covered by Euronews:
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Oplenac – St George’s church
St George’s Church (Serbian: Црква Св. Ђорђа) also known as Oplenac (Опленац), is the mausoleum of the Serbian and Yugoslavroyal house of Karađorđević located on top of the Oplenac Hill in the town of Topola, Serbia. The church of Oplenac was founded by King Peter I of Yugoslavia. Many members of the royal house are buried in the church, in the crypt beneath the church, or in the church yard.
Apart from the two tombs inside the church (Karađorđe’s in the southern apse; and Peter I in the northern apse), there are 26 other members of the dynasty whose eternal place of rest is in this mausoleum. Six generations of the Karađorđević family have been buried in this church:
- The first generation: Marica Živković, Karađorđe’s mother.
- The second generation: Karađorđe (in the church) and his wife Jelena Jovanović (1764–1842).
- The third generation: Karađorđe’s son Alexander and his wife Persida Nenadović (1813–1873).
- The fourth generation: Alexander and Persida’s nine children. As follows: Kleopatra (1835-1855), Aleksije (1836-1840), Svetozar (1841-1847), Jelena (1846–1867), Andreja (1848–1864), Jelisaveta (1851–1852), Dorde (1856–1888), Arsen, and Peter I (in the church) and his wife Ljubica also known as Zorka (she is buried in the crypt). Out of the ten children of Prince Alexander and Princess Persida, only their oldest daughter, Poleksija (1833–1914), was not buried here.
- The fifth generation, Peter I and Zorka’s children: Milena (1886–1887), George and his wife Radmila Radonjić (1907–1993), Alexander I and his wife Maria and Andrija (1890–1890, lived only for 23 days). And also Prince Arsen’s son Paul and his wife Olga.
- The sixth generation: King Alexander I and Queen Maria’s children: Peter II and his wife Alexandra, Tomislav, and Andrew. And also Prince Paul‘s sons Nikola and Alexander.
- Out of the 28 tombs of the Karađorđević dynasty, six of them belong to rulers: Supreme Leader Karađorđe, Prince Alexander, King Peter I, King Aleksandar I, Prince Paul, and King Peter II. It is an important place of Serbian history. On 6 October 2012, Prince Paul, his wife Olga and his son Nikola were all buried here after their remains were exhumed from the cemetery in Lausanne, and returned to Serbia.
- On 26 May 2013, Queen Maria, her sons King Peter II and Prince Andrew, and Peter II’s wife Alexandra, were all buried here after their remains were exhumed from Frogmore in Britain, the Saint Sava Monastery in Libertyville, Illinois, the cemetery of New Gračanica, also in Illinois, and Tatoi Palace in Greece respectively, and returned to Serbia
- The Serbian Royal family & The Oplenac Mausoleum
The Royal Palace in Belgrade – Serbia
Visit the The Royal Palace that was built between 1924 and 1929 with the private funds of His Majesty King Alexander I(the grandfather of HRH Crown Prince Alexander). The Royal Palace was the home of King Alexander I and King Peter II (the father of Crown Prince Alexander). Today The Royal Palace is the home of Crown Prince Alexander and his family.
The architects were Zivojin Nikolic and Nikolay Krassnoff of the Royal Academy. The palace is built in the Serbian-Byzantine style. Attached to The Royal Palace there is a Royal Chapel dedicated to Saint Apostle Andrew The First-Called, the Patron Saint of The Royal Family. The chapel was built reflecting the monastery Church of Saint Andrew on the River Treska in Macedonia where the Holy Place of the medieval Serbian King Vukashin is located.
The Royal Palace is surrounded with pergolas, park terraces, swimming pools, pavilions and platforms. There are magnificent views from the palace towards the ridge of Dedinje Hill, Koshutnjak Forest, Topchider and Avala Mountain.
The ground floor reception rooms are very beautifully appointed. The Formal Entrance Hall is paved with stone and decorated with copies of medieval frescoes from the Monasteries of Dechani and Sopochani. The Blue Drawing Room is decorated in the Baroque style; the Golden Drawing Room (Palma Vecchio) and Dining Room are in the Renaissance style with impressive wood carved ceilings and bronze chandeliers. These rooms are ornately decorated with paintings of old masters and Renaissance painted Florentine Cassoni from the Royal collections. The Greater and Lesser Libraries are decorated in the same manner.
”Ball of the 100 and no more than 100”
The event was sotto high patronato di S.A.R. L’Infante Dom Duarte, Duca di Braganza (seat per IL lutto following the death of the friar S.A.R. L’Infante Dom Henrique, Duca di Coimbra), S.A.I. & R. L’Arciduchessa Monika d’Asburgo, S.A.I. & R. L’Arciduchessa Walburga d’Asburgo, S.A.I. & R. L’Arciduchessa Margarete d’Asburgo, S.A.I. & R. L’Arciduchessa Johanna d’Asburgo and S.A.R. The Principessa Ereditaria Elia Zogu degli Albanesi.
”Ball of the 100 and no more than 100,” which was held Saturday, April 8, 2017, in the Palace of Treville Gozzani salons, home of the Philharmonic, via Mameli 29, Casale Monferrato. Traditional annual dance of the nobility held in Casale Monferrato. Organized by the noble Pierfelice Degli Uberti with the aristocratic Committee of “Circolo di Cento non piu di Cento).
The Ball of the 100 and no more than 100 comes from a tradition of Piedmont renaissance that saw the ancient participation in the middle of the dance of the old Capital of Duchy of Monferrato of up to 199 people, at that time choices within as little as 100 of Nobility and not more than 99 of the Bourgeoisie, this tradition was taken up to the present day the ‘International Commission for Orders of Chivalry, from Historic Families of Italy, by the Circle and the hundred no more than hundred and the National Institute for Honor Guard to Pantheon.
The Noble Pier Felice degli Uberti, Knight Grand Cross of Justice Constantinian (Spain), Chairman of two important and prestigious international scientific historical institutions CIGH (Confédération Internationale de Généalogie et d’Héraldique) and ICOC (International Commission for Orders of Chivalry), president of IAGI (Italian Genealogical Institute of Heraldry) and promoter of the Historical association Families of Italy, known and respected researcher, scholar, journalist, writer and editor.
(The International Commission and Association on Nobility´s Royal Patrons : HRH Crown Prince Leka II of the Albanians and H.R.H. Crown Princess Ana, daughter of Royal Patron H.R.H. Prince Nugzar Bagrationi-Gruzinski, the rightful heir to the throne of Georgia, attended the “Ballo dei 100 e non piu 100” in the beautiful city of Casale Monferrato, in Northern Italy. Princess Ana decided to wear the Grand Sash and Star of the Royal Order of the Crown of the Georgia Kingdom).
Prince Georgy Bagration- Gruzinsky attends his first day at school.
Dressed in a small dark blue jacket, Prince Georgy of Georgia began his first day at school. His mother, Princess Ana of Georgia released the first pictures of little prince to show a good view of royal children, including Princess Miriam taking care of her small brother. Simultaneously, the Royal House of Georgia announced plans for Prince Georgy to attend the private School close to Tbilisi (Georgia) for next several years, and hopes that his privacy and the privacy of other parents and children at school will be respected. To commemorate this special day for the family, long-term pedagogical and humanitarian activities of Princess Ana of Georgia, the Swiss based Pestalozzi Institute, which implements various educational programs around the globe, invited Her Highness to become their Royal Patron.
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Introducing the Royal Georgian`s Dynasty Book
We are delighted to inform you that recently a new scientific book ”The Royal Dynasty of Georgia and its offshoot branches” was published in two Volumes which presentation of this important historian hardcover was held recently on 2nd December, 2016.
The Royal House of Georgia and the Society of ”House of Bagrationis” – Raindi (Knight) Joseph Bichikashvili have done a magnificent exertion for the disclosure of genuine and true Georgia`s Royal House offsprings. Interested parties received gratefully the beautiful illustrated historian facts about legitimacy and status about every member of this ancient Dynasty that depicts standings of each representative holding royal status to the present HRH Crown Prince Nugzar Bagrationi-Gruzinski who is the rightful lineal successor of the last kings of united Georgia, the rightful successor of the last kings of the kingdom of Kartli-Kakheti, and the senior descendant by primogeniture in the male line of Giorgi XII. The next in the Line of Succession to the Throne is his daughter, HRH Princes Anna.
Leading Georgian`s scientists were present at the presentation such as the Bishops of the Georgian Orthodox church, members of the Bagrationi Dynasty and Georgian citizens. Each speaker noted the importance of the work by thanking the author for distinguishable truthfulness of ancient and modern history of the Bagrationi Royal Family.
Speech of the Head of the Royal House of Georgia.
Speech of the Representative of Imereti Branch, Prince Giorgi Bagrationi.
HRH Princess Anna and HRH Princess Mariam at the ceremony.
Following the invitation of Mr. Pierre-Emmanuel Quirin , the CEO of Crans Montana International Forum on behalf of Mr. Jean-Paul Carteron (Honorary Chairman & Founder of Crans Montana International Forum) and HSH Prince von und zu Liechtenstein (the Honorary Chairman), Princess Karina Bagration-Moukhransky attended and actively participated in 18th Homeland & Global Security Forum held in Brussels (Belgium) on October 19 to 21, 2016. For many years now, the Homeland & Global Security Forum has been a privileged and unique platform gathering high level Government Officials, International Organizations, Parliaments, Specialized Administrations, Intelligence Agencies and Businesses from around the World.
The Forum started on October 19 with a Special day hosted by the European Parliament and placed under the aegis of the African Women’s Forum whose Honorary Committee is chaired by Mrs. Irina Bokova, Director General of UNESCO.
In addition, Her Highness, the President and Founder of Princess Carina Organization, received the New Leaders of Tomorrow Award from the hands of H.E. Mr. Didier Reynders, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Belgium. The New Leaders for Tomorrow is a unique community of young leaders from Africa, the Arab World, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, South-America and Far East selected thanks to their exceptional professional achievement, leadership experience and ability to promote peaceful dialogue worldwide. Together, they form a powerful Community to shape the global agenda and address the 21st Century major challenges.
In 13th September 2016 the Royal family of Georgia visited the Patriarch of Holy city Jerusalem His Beatitude Theophilos III. The visit held in warm and friendly atmosphere. HRH Crown Prince noted an important role of His Beatitude in Christianity as whole and bestowed upon him the highest Dynastic Order of St. King David the Psalmist what was received with much gratitude by the Patriarch of Jerusalem. In his part His Beatitude gifted the royal family with holy icons, souvenirs and blessed the royal family. Respectfully, The Chancellery of the Royal House of Georgia, 2016.
H.R.H. Prince Nugzar Bagration-Gruzisky and H.R.H. Princess Anna Bagration-Gruzinsky attended a delightful dinner held in His Majesty’s Kigeli V Ndahindurwa honor at the Cavalry and Guard Club.
H.R.H. The Most. Hon. Marquess of Redding served as H.R.H. Prince Michael of Kent’s representative at the dinner. Some formerly-reigning royals families of Yugoslavia/Serbia attended in person.
The Royal Family of Montenegro was represented in person earlier in the day. H.I.H. Prince Ermias Sahle-Selassee (Ethiopia), H.M. Philppe – King of the Belgians, H.R.H. the Duke of Braganza (Portugal) and Princess Karina Bagration-Moukhransky, the President of ”Princess Carina Organization”sent either representatives , personal greetings and /or gifts.
Kigeli V Ndahindurwa (born June 29, 1936) was the last ruling King (Mwami) of Rwanda from 25 July 1959 until 28 January 1961. He has traveled internationally to speak on behalf of the Rwandan people and repeatedly called for peace and harmony between the different groups. King Kigeli V has continued to remember the victims of the Rwandan Genocide and makes every attempt to reconcile between all political, ethnic, and religious parties in Rwanda to use the democratic process to solve any disputes. Kigeli was a friend of former South African president Nelson Mandela and invested a lot into inter–tribal peace building in Africa.
THE CELEBRATION OF THE RUSSIAN CATHEDRAL OF NICE OPENING AND CHARITABLE AUCTION AT NEGRESCO (NICE, FRANCE)
On 9 June 2016, the ACRN Association under the patronage of Bishop Nestor, Bishop of Korsun with HRH Prince Dimitri of Russia as Honorary President of the ACRN, Mr Pierre de Fermor, President of the ACRN, HE Mr. Alexander Orlov – Russian Ambassador to France and Monaco – Mr. Sergey Sobyanin – Mayor of Moscow, Mr. Christian Estrosi – President of the Metropolis Nice (Côte d’Azur) , President of the Region Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur participated and welcomed the guests to the Gala evening held to celebrate the opening of the Russian Cathedral St. Nicolas at the hotel ”Le Negresco” in Nice. The distinguished guests at the Charitable Gala Dinner, taking place at the Royal Hall, enjoyed the live performance of Natalia Ermilova, singer and violinist David Bubani, opera singer and violinist accompanied by pianist Genc Tukiçi, other Russian artists. Charitable auction successfully raised founds for the further support of the Cathedral and development of culture.