Due to the imposed national quarantine and state of emergency in connection to the epidemiological situation in the country and the decisions taken by the Municipal Crisis Center, all expositions of the Regional historical Museum in Burgas are closed to visitors until the second order.
In connection with the declared national epidemic and the measures for prevention against viral diseases, all expositions of the Regional Historical Museum in Burgas will work in compliance with the requirements and recommendations of Ministry of Health.
The organisation of cultural events involving the gathering of groups of people in small spaces shall be suspended until further notice. It is forbidden to conduct lectures for groups, as well as any events involving children and students. The sites reduce the access of visitors, as in the expositions will not be allowed visits to groups larger than 4 people.
To ensure the safety and health of employees and visitors, the exposures will not be allowed to be citizens with symptoms such as coughing and sneezing.
Until further notice the conduct of the lectures is suspended.
The traditional Saturday lecture of the Regional historical museum Burgas will be on the topic "Russo-Turkish War of 1877 - 1878". The topic was prepared by the historian Vladimir Zrotev.
"It must be admitted that our notion of the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878 is too idyllic and naive in nature. This idea has nothing to do with the objective course of the processes and phenomena associated with this war, "says the author of the lecture in advance.
"Our idea of this war comes down to a few heroic and opoetized / by Ivan Vazov - for example / battles at Shipka and Pleven and one, almost without a problem, triumphant, liberation march after the fall of Pleven. However, an objective reading of this war will show that it is a very difficult and extremely complex military campaign that is full of dramatic twists and turns. The war is being waged with extreme force on both sides. Streams of blood are being poured, "Vladimir Zrotev commented.
The event is scheduled for March 7th, from 11:30 h., in the hall of the Historical Museum, at 31 Lermontov Str.
On March 4, 2020 (Wednesday), at 11:00 h., at the Ethnographic Museum in Burgas, second grader students from the Lyuben Karavelov Primary School will recreate a traditional kukeri ritual. The curious students have enriched their knowledge and received specific information in preparation for the holiday from the "Ritual Calendar for Girls and Bachelor", an edition of the Burgas Museum.
The performances of the children are organized by their head teachers Didi Gencheva and Vanya Mavrova. Kukeri games in Burgas are traditionally held during the Lent time at the beginning of the Easter fasts.
"The Road to Freedom" exhibition is on display at the 31 Lermontov St. in the Historical museum of Burgas on the occasion of the upcoming March 3rd holiday. Its main topic is the Liberation of Bulgaria and the Burgas region.
The exhibition gives information about the history of the Russo-Turkish War during 1877-1878, the battles at Pleven, Stara Zagora, Shipka and Turnovo, the formation of the Bulgarian militia, the liberation of Burgas, the "Flying Squad" of Colonel Lermontov and the establishment of the first Burgas Municipality. In addition, the windows showcase objects from the museum's fund related to the liberation struggles - decorations, certificates for carrying medals and personal belongings of rebels from the Burgas region.
On March 3 - Bulgaria's Liberation Day, the Burgas Museums, Georgi Baev Gallery, "Petko Zadgorski" City Gallery and the exhibition hall of the Society of Burgas Artists will be open to visitors free of charge.
The Regional historical museum Burgas will provide free access to visitors to its four expositions:
This week's ROME-Burgas Lecture is dedicated to religious tourism. Gergana Danabasheva from the Archeological Museum in the Sea City will tell about the possibilities for its development. She will acquaint the attendees with the history of the four temples in the center of the city - the Orthodox Church "St. St. Cyril and Methodius Church, Surp Hach Armenian Church, Holy Virgin Church and the Synagogue, which now houses the collections of the City Art Gallery.The event is scheduled for February twenty-nine, at 11:30 a.m. at 69 Slavyanska St. (behind St. Cyril and St. Methodius Church). The entrance fee is preferential - 2.00 BGN for adults, and for students and pensioners - 1.00 BGN.
The presentation of the book "Indelible Dash - The Fate of the Asia Minor Bulgarians" took place in the hall of the Ethnographic Museum in Burgas. Its author is Assoc. Prof. Tonka Vassileva - an eminent teacher and winner of numerous state honors.
The book makes a new contribution to the historiography of the ousted Bulgarians and their outbreaks. It presents the folklore, traditions and customs of the Asiatic Bulgarians, their livelihoods and their crafts. The studies that Assoc. Prof. Tonka Vassileva conducted are a serious systematization of data. They also refer to the traditional culture, lifestyle and rich spirit of a Bulgarian community, for which the archives we have are limited.
The meeting was organized by the Thracian Society "Strandzha" and the Regional historical museum Burgas. It was attended by members of the company - descendants of Bulgarians from Asia Minor, the chairman of the organization Stefan Kolev and folk singer Lazar Nalbantov, a member of the board of directors of the company.