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Photo exhibition presents most emblematic artifacts from ancient Deultum near Burgas

Photo: Burgas Municipality

Four photographers from Burgas have captured the elegance of valuable artifacts in 24 impressive photos presented in a joint exhibition entitled "Inspiration Deultum". Among the artistically photographed archaeological finds one can see a lead mirror from the II-III century AD, bronze figurines from the same period, a ring and a glass bottle from the 2nd century, a 1500-year-old seal and others. The exhibition on the alley of the "Sea Casino" Cultural Center is realized in partnership with the Municipality of Burgas and can be seen until the end of August.

The exhibition presents some of the most significant archaeological discoveries from the ancient and medieval city of Deultum, located on the site of today's village of Debelt near Burgas. This was the only colony of free Roman citizens on the territory of Bulgaria. It is no coincidence that in 2011 Deultum was selected by national electronic voting as one of the wonders of Bulgaria.



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