Unique Bulgarian Royal Exhibition Opened in Sofia

Society | November 24, 2005, Thursday // 00:00| Views: | Comments: 0
Unique Bulgarian Royal Exhibition Opened in Sofia A unique “royal exhibition” consisting of over 3,000 pieces telling the story of the rulers of the Third Bulgarian Kingdom was opened in Bulgaria’s National History Museum Thursday. Photo by Kameliya Atanasova (Sofia News Agency)

A unique "royal exhibition" consisting of over 3,000 pieces telling the story of the rulers of the Third Bulgarian Kingdom was opened in Bulgaria's National History Museum Thursday.

The opening exhibition was attended by Bulgaria's former King-to-Premier Simeon Saxe-Coburg as the unique exhibition shows much of the Saxe-Coburg sentimental family heritage.

Much of the expo also consists of fine tableware, like the hollowware of King Ferdinand.Visitors to the National Museum of History will be also able to see a beautiful royal carriage, as well as pieces of great sentimental value to the former King-to-Premier Simeon Saxe-Coburg.

His swaddling clothes from the time when he was a baby, the tiny shoes with the colours of the Bulgarian flag, the apparel he wore at his christening are also on display.

The royal heir is now one of the leaders of Bulgaria's ruling coalition.

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