to celebrate the upcoming Christmas and New Year
</b>visit in all museum exhibitions of Regional historical museum of Burgas will be FREE </b>
Here you can find your unique Christmas gift from the museum souvenir stalls.
From December 2013, Regional Burgas Museum will offer online catalog of mobile exhibitions. They will be offered to all museums, galleries and educational institutions in Bulgaria.
The current catalog can be viewed when selecting the menu Mobile exhibitions.
Each exhibition is presented in a separate presentation that can be downloaded from the website.
So far in the catalog you will find:
[url=http://www.burgasmuseums.bg/index.php?tab=home&page=mobexhibitions&lang=en] 1. They defend the honor of Bulgaria (in Bulgarian)
2. European art from the 18th and 19th century (in Bulgarian)
3. The Woman from Burgas in the 30s and 40s of the 20th century (in Bulgarian)
4. Nestinarstvo - Bulgarian magic on fiery embers (in Bulgarian)
5. The ores in the Burgas region and their use(in Bulgarian)
6. The drug - medicine and poison (in Bulgarian)[/url]
Currently the mobile exhibitions are offered only in Bulgarian but upon request we may consider their translation in your language or provide you a guide in English, Russian or German.
If you are interested in one of these exhibitions, please contact us on the telephone numbers given inside the exhibition's presentations or via the contact form on the museum website.
Dear friends of the museum, Christmas is coming. Each of us expect this time trembling. The children decorate the Christmas tree, write letters to the Good Old man. Those with name day welcome guests and queue around the table. We look at the door if carol will visit us to hear their wishes for health and prosperity.
But do you know why we decorate the Christmas tree? Why is this tree so special? Which saints we honor on these days? Why are the koledari are most anticipated guests? What to prepare on Ignazhden? What is special about the traditional Bulgarian celebration on Christmas? What are koledari, survachka and budnik?
If you want to find out the answers and many other interesting things visit us during the Christmas week in the Ethnographic Museum of Burgas (Burgas, ul.Slavyanska 69). We offer special Christmas tour guides in English and Russian.
Ethnographic museum Burgas invites all residents of the city of Burgas and their guests on 06.12.2013, together to celebrate [url=http://www.burgasmuseums.bg/index.php?tab=ethno&lang=en&page=encyc&enc=rituals&pgno=1&eid=67]NIKULDEN[/url]
The festive program will start at 10:30 with the opening of the exhibition of Burgas marine artists and Burgas Society of Artists; Follows the consecration of St. Nicholas' ritual table and breaking of the bread.
10:45 - The program will continue with a musical performance of the children from "Morski pesuchinki" headed by Milena Dobreva.
Start of the performance "Burgas Sea", which will continue throughout the day at the Ethnographic complex. Citizens and their guests will have the opportunity to paint on a white canvas their vision of the sea. Everyone will be able to get a photo with sea uniform or as Dora Popova - one of the most inspiring Burgas women shown in the exhibition "The WOMEN OF BURGAS in the 30s and 40s of the 20th century."
[url=https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.776953118998048.1073741840.109662729060427&type=3]You can view this year St. Nicholas' celebration in pictures at our official Facebook page >>[/url]
Regional Museum of History - Burgas supports the "Relics of Saint John the Baptist" in the national campaign "the Wonders of Bulgaria".
[img left] http://www.burgasmuseums.bg/uploads/images/misc/archeo/kazimir.jpg [/ img] The relics of St. John the Baptist were discovered in 2010 during regular archaeological excavations on the island of St. John by the team of Prof.Kazimir Popkonstantinov, Deputy Head of Research Tsonya Drazheva and Prof. Rosina Kostova, as well as the active support of Burgas Museum. The relics were found during excavations near the ruins of the medieval monastery "St. John the Baptist". It is assumed that in the 4th century the relics were transferred to the island monastery near Sozopol directly from the Patriarchate of Constantinople. Now the relics are kept in the church "St. Cyril and Methodius" at the city center of Sozopol and can be viewed for pilgrims every Sunday.
You can support the discovery by voting for it on [url=http://www.bgchudesa.com]www.bgchudesa.com[/url]
After alerted residents of Aitos notified Regional museum Burgas, on 5th November 2013, the archaeologist Miroslav Klasnakov inspected an archaeological site, located in the farmlands south of Aitos Municipality. At the site he recorded findings of ceramics fragments from the Thracian, Roman and early medieval era. According to informants the area is frequently visited by illegal treasure hunters, for which is notified Police Department in Aitos.
On November 6, 2013 (Wednesday) at 11:00 a press conference on the occasion of the inauguration of the new Director of the Museum - Burgas will hold in the hall of the Ethnographic exposition (Burgas, 69 Slavianska St.) He will present ideas for further development of the Burgas Museum and the way to achieve them.
The press conference will be attended by Ms Ananieva - Deputy Mayor of Burgas Municipality.
Department Informational services of Burgas Museum