The publications of the National History Museum were presented in the Sunny Hall on May 11, 2022, the day on which we celebrate the Slavic first teachers, the holy brothers Cyril and Methodius, by Andrey Zahariev, a long-time author and host of the programs "The Library" and "History of BG" on the Bulgarian National television.

Presentation of editions of the National History Museum

The publications of the National History Museum were presented in the Sunny Hall on May 11, 2022, the day on which we celebrate the Slavic first teachers, the holy brothers Cyril and Methodius, by Andrey Zahariev, a long-time author and host of the programs "The Library" and "History of BG" on the Bulgarian National television.

The presentation was attended by Assoc. Dr. Plamen Slavov, advisor to the President Rumen Radev, Mr. Lyubomir Karimanski, Chairman of the Committee on Budget and Finance in the National Assembly of the Republic of Bulgaria, Assoc. Dr. Aksinia Buteva from the "Museums, Galleries" department and visual arts" at the Ministry of Culture, friends and colleagues of the National History Museum. Students of Dr. Kohar Andonyan's harp choir from NMU "Lyubomir Pipkov" took care of the pleasant atmosphere.

The director of the museum, Prof. Dr. Bonni Petrunova and deputy director Prof. Ivan Hristov emphasized that the past year of pandemic isolation has greatly helped numerous scientific studies and the result is available - two collections of articles, one of which is the next 34 volume of the News of the National History Museum, this time dedicated to Nikolay Markov, as well as the collection of articles dedicated to 40 years since its acceptance into the UNESCO list and 760 years since the renovation of the Boyan Church "St. Nicholas and St. Panteleimon", the new monograph of the deputy. the director of the NIM Prof. Ivan Hristov, dedicated to the "island" archeology of the Black Sea, another book by Prof. Petrunova, related to the last major discovery of Kaliakra - the gold ring of Georgi, lord of Kaliakra, extremely interesting, not only for specialists but also for everyone who is interested in the fate of one of the most famous Bulgarian witnesses of our revolutionary history - the ship "Radecki", the memories of one of the most famous politicians and public figures of Bulgaria from the beginning of the 20s of the XNUMXth century - Hristo Kalfov.

All editions are available at the National History Museum. On the website of the museum, the News of the National Historical Museum volume 34, as well as the collection of articles dedicated to the Boyan Church, can be found with free access.

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