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Varna Airport fascinates visitors with a virtual walk on the seabed

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Experiencing the feel of sunken artifacts is now possible thanks to the two new interactive exhibitions of the Children's Science Center "Muzeiko", which were opened today at Bulgaria's Varna Airport, BTA reported. 

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The walk on the seabed will be carried out with virtual reality goggles, as part of the exhibition "Lost Worlds". It tells the story of the largest expedition made in the Black Sea when more than 60 sunken ships were discovered with the help of modern technology, the oldest of which dates to the 5th-4th century BC. 

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The other exhibition "Eureka" is dedicated to the most serious discoveries over the centuries that changed the lives of mankind.

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The opening of the two travelling exhibitions of "Muzeiko" is just the beginning of the initiatives of the management of Varna Airport for this year, which seeks to make its halls an attractive place not only for tourists but also for residents of Varna.  


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