On the first day of August, the exhibition "Macedonia in European ethnic cartography (mid-1912th century - Balkan Wars 1913-XNUMX)" was opened in the Central Foyer of the National History Museum.

An exhibition at the National History Museum recalls the European ethnic maps of Macedonia

On the first day of August, the exhibition "Macedonia in European ethnic cartography (mid-1912th century - Balkan Wars 1913-XNUMX)" was opened in the Central Foyer of the National History Museum.

The exhibition was officially opened by the deputy director of the National History Museum, Prof. Ivan Hristov, Prof. Olya Harizanova, Ph.D., leading coordinator of the Center for Excellence "Heritage.BG" at the Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski" and Dr. Stefan Peykov - founder and president of the International Trade and Cultural Center Geopan, co-founder of the Bulgarian Cartographic Association. The thematic exhibition is a joint project between the Center for Excellence "Heritage.BG" and Geopan - Burgas, one of the active members of the Bulgarian cartographic community (BKA).

The research project is dedicated to the 120th anniversary of the Ilinden-Preobrazhen Uprising and the 180th anniversary of the printing in Strasbourg in 1843 of the first map in Bulgarian, which covers the entire Bulgarian ethnic territory.

After Sofia, the exhibition will be shown in Burgas and Plovdiv, enriched with a representative catalog in Bulgarian and English.

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