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Museum of Thracian Art, village of Alexandrovo

village of Alexandrovo in Haskovo, Bulgaria
The newly-constructed Thracian Art Centre in the Eastern Rhodopes has a total area of ​​834 sq.m. and is located in the immediate vicinity of the mound with the original tomb. One part of the building is designed for a rich museum exposition and a replica of the tomb. The other part hosts a modern scientific research laboratory centre furnished with the most modern equipment for restoration and conservation. The museum has a repository and an audiovisual hall for conferences, round tables and thematic meetings related to the study of Thracian culture."


The Museum Centre called ""Thracian art in the Eastern Rhodopes"" near the village of Alexandrovo was built within the framework of the program of the Japanese Government for grants in the field of culture.
The construction of the museum started in February 2008 and it was officially opened on May 15, 2009 by Their Imperial Highnesses Prince and Princess Akishino (Fumihito and Noriko Akishino-no-miya) and the President of the Republic of Bulgaria Georgi Parvanov.


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