Travelling Exhibition "River of Biodiversity" | Sofia, 4 October – 10 November 2020

The Regional Museum of Natural History in Plovdiv presents the travelling exhibition "River of Biodiversity" – an exhibition with an emphasis on the biological diversity of Maritsa River. Following the presentation in Plovdiv from 8 to 15 August 2020, and Burgas, the current host of the exhibition is the oldest museum in Bulgaria: 

When: 4 October – 10 November 2020 

Where: National Museum of Natural History at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 1 Tsar Osvoboditel Blvd
1000 Sofia, Bulgaria

Working Hours: 

daily: 10 am – 6.30 pm (Last admission is at 5:30 pm)

Entrance: paid, see more about tickets & prices here.

For further information: (+359 87) 9226573

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People's lives have been connected with the river and its inhabitants since ancient times. The river is an extremely rich yet very delicate and vulnerable ecosystem. It depends on us to protect and preserve it as a source of inspiration and a vital basis of life and the future of the city.

This exhibition reveals the river as a natural treasure, gives details about the species living in and around it and how they form a unique ecosystem, and how and why to have to protect them. Realistic models of animals, a short video and educational texts present the history, geography and ecology system of the river.

The Regional Museum of Natural History Plovdiv will host the exhibition from 8th till 15th August 2020. The city of Burgas will be the next host.

© Regional Museum of Natural History Plovdiv

A project of the Regional Museum of Natural History Plovdiv, part of the Legacy Programme of Plovdiv 2019, in partnership with Department of Ecology and Environmental Conservation at the Faculty of Biology at the University of Plovdiv “Paisii Hilendarski”, Regional Archaeological Museum in Plovdiv, Regional History Museum - Plovdiv, East Aegean River Basin Directorate, National Museum of Natural History at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds, Association "Balkanka" and Mr Nikolay Gavazov.



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