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"Levski in our hearts"

Veliko Tarnovo History Museum pays homage to the memory of the Apostle with a host of initiatives

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Photo: Veliko Tarnovo History Museum

With several initiatives, the Regional History Museum in Veliko Tarnovo is commemorating 151 years since the death of the Apostle. "Levski in our hearts" is the theme of the educational initiative "Museum in a Suitcase", which visited schools and kindergartens in the region on the eve of the anniversary.

The lessons present interesting facts from the life and revolutionary activity of Vasil Levski, as well as his belongings stored in the museum. Among the exhibits are the "Orara va Levski" - a long cloth ribbon with which Levski called on the faithful to prayer, a photo with a handwritten signature, a copy of his pistol, two seals of the Bulgarian Revolutionary Central Committee, made for the organization on his order.

The monument to Vasil Levski in the centre of Veliko Tarnovo
On social networks, the museum continues to present the series "Memory Routes - in the footsteps of the Apostle".

The old Tarnovo prison where Levski was imprisoned
Today, the Veliko Tarnovo History Museum will be open for free visits from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Photo: Regional History Museum Veliko Tarnovo Facebook page



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