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The exhibition "Thracian gold from Bulgaria - Legends come to life" is visiting Moscow

The exhibition "Thracian gold from Bulgaria - Legends come to life" is visiting Moscow
02.10.2013

For the first time such a rich collection of unique artifacts is on display – archeological monuments dating back from the 8th century BC to the 3rd century AD found in tombs of the Thracian aristocracy and treasures found in Bulgarian lands: the Rogozene-, Panagyuriste-, Letnishko-, Borovo- and other treasures.
The exhibition includes 317 exhibits of seven Bulgarian museums, two of which are private: the National Historical Museum, the Regional Archaeological Museum – Plovdiv, the Regional Historical Museum – Vratsa, the Regional Historical Museum – Rousse, the Regional Historical Museum – Lovech, the "Thrace" Foundation and its museum "Vasil Bozhkov, and the museum of the "Arete – Fol" Foundation.
The Russian and Bulgarian Ministers of Culture Vladimir Medinskiy and Petar Stoyanovich, the Bulgarian Ambassador Boyko Kotzev, many Bulgarian and Russian historians are expected to attend the opening.
The exhibition "Thracian gold from Bulgaria - Legends come to life" is the latest version of an exposition, which the world museums are regularly presenting since 1974 until now.

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