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„The Wild World of the Eastern Rhodopes“ visits Haskovo

The exhibition “The Wild World of the Eastern Rhodopes" is in Haskovo (Southern Bulgaria), one of the two administrative centers of the Eastern Rodopes! Inhabitants and guests of the town can see it from 7 to 12 April in the Youth Center (41, Bulgaria Blvrd).

“The Wild World of the Eastern Rhodopes" presents 20 images of breathtaking landscapes, wonderful mammals, rare birds and reptiles, beautiful flowers and elusive insects. One of the highlights is the picture of wild horses Tarpans which were resettled again in the Eastern Rhodopes in 2011 by New Thracian Gold project.

The nature of the Eastern Rhodopes is one the richest and best preserved in Europe: its flora includes 1962 plant and its fauna 4329 animal species. Eight famous Natura 2000 sites cover the best nature hotspots in the Eastern Rhodopes. The intention of the exhibition is to show the beauty of those wild wonders to a wide audience, to bring nature into people’s heart.

 “The wild world of the Eastern Rhodopes” is organized by New Thracian Gold – Bulgaria Foundation in cooperation with Crossbill Guides Foundation, Bulgarian Biodiversity Foundation and BSPB.

So far, the exhibition has been successfully presented in Sofia, Plovdiv, Varna, Bugras, Sliven, Kardzhali, Blagoevgrad, in the Visitor and Tourist Information Center of National Park Rila and in the Directorate of National Park Belasitsa. On 25 April, it will exposed in the City garden of Kardzhali where NTG team organizes NTG Day to celebrate its 5th anniversary. On 26 and 27 April the NTG network opens its site for the Weekend of NTG in the Eastern Rhodopes. See here the full program:


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