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"Draw Christmas for Heroes in White" campaign - a message of gratitude and hope

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Photo: National Museum of Military History

The drawings of hundreds of children from Bulgaria and abroad will warm the hearts of medics on the front line against the epidemic in 4 hospitals in Sofia today.

"For two weeks, children from all over the country and abroad have sent their Christmas-themed drawings to today's heroes - the medics, most of whom will not be together with their loved ones on the holiday. Messages of hope and gratitude to the people who take care of our health arrived from all over Bulgaria and from different parts of the world - Belgium, Great Britain, Greece, Spain, USA and France," said the team of the National Museum of Military History, which is organizer of the initiative.


On December 22, the children's works will be handed over to doctors, nurses and paramedics.

On Christmas Day - the holiday that symbolizes the birth of salvation and hope, all drawings will be presented in an online exhibition on the website of the National Museum of Military History and in the profiles of the museum on social networks.


Editor: Elena Karkalanova

English: Alexander Markov


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