Burgas archeologist presents interesting data from survey in Obzor this Saturday at the Burgas Museum Wednesday, 20 Nov 2019 - Global Until the middle of the last century in Obzor above the surface there were still visible remains of the majestic walls of a late antique fortress. Unfortunately, as in many other places in Bulgaria, in a very short time these certificates of the glorious past of the settlements were not only leveled with the ground, but because of the new construction were completely erased. This clearly shows the difference between the real reality and the proclaimed Bulgarian patriotism, which should include the care of the cultural and historical heritage as a source of national pride.
In recent years in Obzor there has been a trend of strong cooperation between the mayoralty and the Museum of Ancient Nessebar. The newly discovered archeological sites are announced in a timely manner in order to carry out the necessary research, funded by the Municipality of Nessebar. As a result, little by little the traces of the former grandeur of this fortress, which was part of the great barrier in the Eastern Balkan Mountains, built by the Eastern Roman Empire to resist the invading northeast invaders, are beginning to be revealed. Among them were our ancestors, who took over these territories to create the glorious Bulgarian medieval state. What are the latest discoveries - you will find out from the museum lecture organized by the Regional History Museum Burgas and presented by archaeologist Konstantin Gospodinov.
The traditional lecture of the Burgas Museum will be held this Saturday, November 23, at 11:30 am at the Ethnographic Exposition at 69 Slavyanska St. (behind St. Cyril and St. Methodius Church). The entrance fee is preferential - for adults 2 BGN, and for students and pensioners - 1 BGN.