Exhibition "Fishes and Fisheries on the Southern Black Sea Coast" from 20 June in Burgas Monday, 17 Jun 2019 - GlobalThe exhibition "Fishes and Fisheries on the Southern Black Sea Coast" will offer its visitors an attractive virtual experience "in the open sea". Using VR glasses, you can travel a fishing boat, picking up any wave that crashes into its body. The experience approaches 100% to real fishing with added effects - sunshine, clouds, storms and sounds.
The exhibition will be open on Thursday, June 20th at the Cultural Center "Sea Casino", Al. Kodzhakafaliata Hall, and literally "dives" everyone present in the depths of the Black Sea. In it you will see unmarked artifacts from the marine history of the southern coast - fish dishes, fish baking trays from the 4th century BC, silver coins, fish models from the 3th century BC, fishing gear - nets, hooks, lots, rakes, etc., lead poles, a compass, a sea bell, and models of ships sailing in the Black Sea.
The highlights of the exhibition are reconstructed lead-wood anchor from the 5th to 6th centuries BC, the only known stone stove from a ship and golden fish images. Information boards will tell about all fish species in our sea for 10,000 years. Here you will get acquainted with the most interesting moments of the development of fishing - "Burgas bay on the way of fish passages", "Fishing in the bay through the centuries", "Fishing from Nessebar to Sozopol during the Renaissance", "Livelihood to industrial fishing" "The fish market in Burgas". Visitors will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the period "State Fisheries - the Beginning", as well as with the history of the Black Sea and the Sea Fishing. All this together with curious documents, sea legends and pictures will visualize the whole history of fishing on all shores of the southern Black Sea coast.
The exhibition "Fishes and Fisheries on the Southern Black Sea Coast" is organized by the Municipality of Burgas, the Regional Historical Museum of Burgas, the Historical Museum - Sozopol and the Anchovy Museum - Ahtopol.