2023 marks the 25th anniversary of Moto-Pfoe's collaboration with the National History Museum. Moto-Pfoe has been supporting the National History Museum for a quarter of a century Facebook Twitter Messenger Analysis Telegram Back to News 2023 marks the 25th anniversary of Moto-Pfoe's collaboration with the National History Museum. This is more than a good time for the two organizations to continue the tradition and give it new energy. Moto-Pfoe continues its support for the museum by providing new modern and reliable mobility for this national institution in the next 3 years. The new Ford Kuga is a perfect SUV, providing mobility to the museum and in the city and to remote archaeological sites regardless of road and pavement.At a ceremony at his complex in Mladost, on behalf of Moto-Pfoe, Mr. Masuhiro Oyama, group manager, handed over the keys to a brand new Ford Kuga car to the director of the museum, Prof. Dr. Bonnie Petrunova.The collaboration dates back to the late 90s. With a donation from Moto-Pfoe, NIM purchased in 1998 silver ornaments from the early Roman period (2005st century BC). Today, they represent an important representative part of the museum's collections. Three different archaeological expeditions of the museum have won prizes of the Donor Program for the preservation of natural and cultural heritage - in 2008, 2010 and XNUMX. Moto-Pfoe supports the National History Museum by providing cars used for the archaeological research. With the help of NIM, several guest exhibitions were organized on the territory of the company complex "Lyulin" - "History of the automobile", "History of five millennia", "Bulgarian ethnography" and others.