The Rise of the King of the North
During our virtual tour, we will learn many interesting details about the history of religion in Russia, the Russian Revolution in 1917, and Soviet Communism.
- The State Hermitage Museum - St. Petersburg, Russia
- 1.5 hours
- $10/device (Does not include booking fees)
- Virtual - not broadcast from the location
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- Virtual Museum Bible Tours
Reviews from our guests:
- "We really appreciated the personal experiences of the Brother guide"
- "I learned things that seemed new to me"
- "My interest was held the entire time and felt that after the tour my knowledge had expanded"
- "Convincing evidence that we are at the close of this system!"
- "We were taken on a 1700 year journey"
- "The “Rise of the King of the North” tour was excellent!"
- "Fascinating and well done"
- "I feel like I attended a mini-convention with all I learned and the wonderful fellowship"
- "Would love to watch it again as there are so many details to absorb"
Bible prophecy recorded at Daniel chapter 11 about “the king of the north and the king of the south” gives us a window through which we can see major events that will affect all of us very soon. For more than two thousand years, the “king of the north” has undergone many changes. Fulfilling prophetic words, the king of the north “will show no regard for the God of his fathers“. During our virtual tour, we will learn many interesting details about the history of religion in Russia, the Russian Revolution in 1917, and Soviet Communism. In what way did the king of the north reject “the God of his fathers”?About the museum/location:
The State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg (Russia) is one of the largest cultural and historical museums in the world. The collection of the State Hermitage includes over 3 million works of art and world culture artifacts. The home of the Hermitage State Museum is the Winter Palace on the Neva River with some 1,100 rooms. This is the exact location where some of the most important events in Russian history took place.
The Winter Palace: St. Petersburg's most famous building, the Winter Palace was the official residence of Russian Emperors. It plays a central political and cultural role in the three-century history of the city
Jordan Staircase: The magnificent baroque staircase was meant to demonstrate that the Winter Palace is the residence of the gods.