The rich exhibition with over 100 objects related to Egyptian history presents a traveling exhibition in Varna.
The "Egyptian Tale" exhibition, which includes reproductions of artifacts as well as collectibles, is visiting the Palace of Culture and Sports until August 4, a Moreto.net reporter reported.
The special opening ceremony of the exhibition was attended by the Ambassador of Egypt H.E. Khalid Ibrahim Emara, the founder of Antika world Ahmed Nasr, representatives of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, presidents of various associations, the director of the port of Varna, owners of the largest tour operator companies and many other persons.
"The exhibition is more based on knowledge and not only on the artifacts themselves. The event is very significant for our journey in all the Balkan countries," Nasr said.
The preparation of the exhibition took about a year, according to the Ministry of Tourism in Egypt.
The statue of Prince Rahutep and Nefertiti occupies a central place in the exhibition of 100 artifacts.
After Varna, the exhibition will visit Burgas, and then Plovdiv and Sofia.
The exhibition can be seen in the maritime capital from June 24 to August 4 from 10:00 to 18:00 on weekdays and on weekends from 10:00 to 19:00. More information about the exhibition: https://www.museums.antika.world/.
The expositions include the following topics - "Culture", "Everyday life", "Myths of Ancient Egypt" and "Scientific research in Ancient Egypt", "Life after death" and others.
Anyone who chooses to view the exhibition will have the opportunity to learn more about the most important intellectual, literary, scientific and cultural achievements of the Egyptians over the centuries, as well as touch the customs, traditions and cultural practices of Egypt.