From August 18 to September 19, in the Burgas Congress Center, Black Sea Hall, you will be able to view part of Egypt's rich cultural heritage.
You will learn more about the most important intellectual, literary, scientific and cultural achievements of this civilization over the centuries.
The "Egyptian Tales" exhibition will present more than 100 unique objects, exact replicas of the originals, organizers say. Collected in one place, they will tell you part of the history of Egypt.
Among the exhibits you will see the Rosetta Stone. Thanks to him, the Egyptian hieroglyphic writing was read. It, along with many other key artifacts, will help you understand ancient Egypt.