Romanians and Bulgarians in the War of 1877-1878

On Thursday, Hero’s Day, June 6th, 2019, at 1:00 pm, “Dark Anthony” opened an exhibition on “Romanians and Bulgarians in the war of 1877-1878” in the County Museum in Giorgio. This was done in cooperation with the National Archives of Romania and the National Archives of Bulgaria.
The exhibition was shown for the first time in two languages, Romanian and Bulgarian, in the Regional Museum of History in Russia on the occasion of the Bulgarian National Day.
The 12 panels contain vintage papers, original photos, newspaper articles, military orders, photographs by famous painters, and postcards.

In addition to the 6 musicians, Ms. Renault Roshkova, deputy director of the Regional Museum of Russian History, Ms. Lily Ganseva, honorary citizen of Gergi municipality, was also director of the Danube Society. Eurozone.

The two women thanked Priyal Gillian Grigorov, the director of the Russian district, and Dr. Nikolai Nanov, the director, for their scientific collaboration in developing and promoting cultural values ​​related to local history.

The exhibition was presented to the musicologist Emile Points, who, in addition to enriching the archive, put together a complete compilation of newspaper compositions in Romanian museums and a collection of “Rebel” newspapers. The exhibition also features three original paintings from the Battle of London.

The exhibition is open to the general public and professionals for a month.

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