A day in pictures

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An inscription from the times of Emperor Trajanus was discovered by the team of archeologists working on the site of the Bishop’s Basilica in Plovdiv. It dates back to the early 2nd century and is part of an honorary text. Experts are of the opinion that it is dedicated to a prominent citizen of Philippopolis in charge of organizing official occasions related to the gods.  Photo: BTA

The European Marine Safety Agency (EMSA) is to carry through a training course in Varna Bay. For the first time in the activity of the agency the training for the liquidation of petrol leaks will include two vessels especially equipped by EMSA for the purpose. These ate the Bulgarian ship Galaxy Eco (on the photo) and the Romanian Amalthia.  Photo: BTA


A ceremony for handing over the keys of a series of new vehicles for the district departments of the Ministry of the Interior and the gendarmerie units in the country took place at the Gendarmerie Directorate.  Photo: BTA


For the eighth year in a row, the King Simeon’s Garden in Plovdiv is the venue of the summer outdoors reading space. In the course of three days children can visit the outdoors library, to play games or just sit and read a book they choose.  Photo: BTA


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