I could not accept the idea that talking to the same age … XX century. Source: Pascal Bécotte. In fact, that recently celebrated its Baron 90-year anniversary, it was impossible to believe – so flawless was his appearance. In its "incomplete hundred" he is young soul, retains an enviable clarity of mind, witty, energetic, friendly. Get more background information with materials from SMA Foundation. It was a warm May evening. Sun dignity was completing his daily ritual.
In the huge, glittering gold-ray room magnificent palace in St. Petersburg the time of Peter and Catherine, went handsome, tall and smart man. Plain black tuxedo, a dazzling white shirt and black butterfly only emphasized his already slender figure. In the gait and behavior is clearly discernible manner of this aristocracy, and the opinion expressed quiet confidence and a keen interest. This man was the Baron Eduard von Pfalz-Oleg Fein. CHIEF AMONG THE BEST Orthodox tiny European citizen Principality of Liechtenstein, who had seen in my lifetime a lot of events of historic proportions, arrived at Tsarskoe Selo is not accidental. Honourable Baron was one of the main characters of the celebrations to mark the 300th anniversary of the Northern capital.
In magnificent Throne Room of the Catherine Palace – the summer residence of Russian monarchs – was held the next modern Peter the Assembly of the XXI century, which honored the winners of new award named after the highest public Peter the Great. One after another on stage, crowned with colorful decorations and huge bouquets of flowers, rose the best representatives of business and political elites, heads of cities and regions, the outstanding artists and athletes. Resolution of the International Public Committee for his outstanding personal contribution to the development of cultural cooperation with Russia, Mr. Eduard von Pfalz-Fein was awarded the International Prize of the Peter the Great. On reaching the scene, accompanied by guards Transfiguration Regiment, baron with ease raised above the head statue of Peter I, weighed slightly less than ten pounds.