“The Living Exhibition“ is organized by Green Balkans meet the visitors at the Historical museum in Svilengrad.

Sep. 25, 2020
The event is dedicated to the International European Green Belt Initiative.

On 24th September, traditionally it is celebrated the Green Belt Day, in the yard of the Historical museum in Svilengrad it is shown the exhibition “The Living Exhibition” is organized by Green Balkans. The exhibition presents in life size and colour bird models of rare and endangered species, who can be seen in the Green Belt range on the territories of Bulgaria, Greece, Turkey. The exhibition is going to be there until 9th October, 2020 and the guests are going to able to learn about the lesser kestrel, the Eastern imperial eagle, the Black vulture, the Red-breasted goose and the Sandwich tern. The informational board tells about some peculiar features of the rare bird species and their habitats. At the time of the exhibition presentation a project team on project “Life for lesser kestrel” LIFE19 NAT/BG/001017, implemented by Green Balkans upon EU LIFE project, have shared with the participants some details about the life of the protected species, who are the subject of the exhibition as well as some details about the Green Belt.

At the opening of the exhibition were some administrative representatives, some town residents, tutors and students from the clubs “Young nature researchers “ and “Green patrols” from high-school Dr. Peter Beron” as well some teachers and students from primary school “Hristo Popmarkov”.

For further information:
Gradimir Gradev,
Project Manager „LIFE for lesser kestrel“ LIFE19 NAT/BG/001017
Tel: +359 885 609 289; E-mail: