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An exhibition showcases the millennial history of the Black Sea town of Chernomorets

Last week, an archeological exhibition entitled "Chernomorets - Monuments of Millennial History" was opened at the St. Nicholas Museum in Chernomorets. The exhibition can be visited until the end of October and presents previously unseen artifacts found during archaeological excavations in the small town.

Of great interest are the finds from the prehistoric settlement in the area of ​​Akladi (late VI - IV millennium BC), the ancient settlement sunk in the waters of Vromos Bay and the early Byzantine fortresses on Cape Accra and the Chrysosotira Peninsula.

Compiled by Veneta Nikolova

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