Which are the most beautiful marine lights south of Cape Emine, present at the Museum on April 20 Thursday, 18 Apr 2019 - Ethnographical MuseumThe beauty and function of the signage and navigation facilities at sea will be presented by Tatyana Baykusheva during the traditional Saturday lecture at the museum. She will present brief information and photographs of the headlamps of Cape Emine, the old headlamp in Nessebar and the new navigational facility there, "Pomnik Pomorie", the three Burgas lights, the lights on the island of St. Anastasia, the island of St. Ivan, the "Oil Cape", Primorsko, Tsarevo and Ahtopol.
The participants in the lecture will be able to learn about the possibilities of observing these interesting sites for tourists and travelers, the extent to which they are accessible and how they can be reached. The lecture will also include some curious facts about the way the sea lights work and the people who care for them.
The lecture "The Sea lights from Cape Emine to Ahtopol" can be visited on the 20th of April (Saturday) at 11:30 am in the Ethnographic Museum at 69 Slavyanska Street. The entrance fee is preferential - for adults 2 BGN and for students and pensioners - BGN 1.