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Bottle with student messages from 1988 found in Yambol

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More than 30 years ago, students from the town of Yambol (Southeastern Bulgaria) wrote their dreams on sheets of paper, stuck them it in a glass bottle and buried the bottle. Recently, their messages were discovered near the former primary school “St.St. Cyril and Methodius". The children wrote what they wanted to be when they grew up on several dozen sheets of notebook paper. Teachers, doctors and pilots are among the most-desired professions. The bottle and the messages, dated June 1, 1988, will be taken to the Regional Museum of History. Representatives of the museum voiced hopes that some of the authors will contact them and tell details about their lives

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