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Photographer Miroslav Tsvyatkov presents life on the other side of the world

Photo: Municipality of Sevlievo

Residents and guests of Sevlievo can visit the "View from the other side of the world" exhibition. The exhibition and its author, Miroslav Tsvyatkov, are visiting the city to reveal details about the natural environment, flora, fauna and the work of Bulgarian and foreign scientists on Livingston Island. Cartographic materials of the South Shetland Islands archipelago are also presented.

The photographer was a participant in the 25th and 26th Bulgarian Antarctic expedition and in the days until the end of November he will hold several educational and informational meetings with the students from the town of Sevlievo.

The exhibition is supported by the Municipality of Sevlievo, the Bulgarian Antarctic Institute and the National Center for Polar Research.

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