Recorded in Encyclopaedia Britannica

The Thracian tomb dating from the IV century B.C. near the village of Alexandrovo, Haskovo Municpality, has earned its deserved place in the world famous Encyclopaedia Britannica.

The discovery of Dr. Georgi Kitov has been deservedly published in the Bulgarian edition of the encyclopaedia along with historic monuments such as the Panagyurishte gold treasure and Rogozen and Valchitran’s treasures.

The Encyclopaedia is a valuable source for every fan of history, where he or she can learn interesting facts about key events in the Bulgarian history. It will be presented at the Big Reading of the "Student’s Encyclopaedia," an edition of the legendary Encyclopaedia Britannica. The "Student’s Encyclopaedia" is designed for young readers aged 7 to 15 years and includes a wide range of information aimed to broaden the knowledge and understanding of children for the world around them. This series offers more than 2,250 fascinating articles on various topics.





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