Sat, May 25 2013
Bulgaria will present a virtual tour of Perperikon at the Holiday, Tourism and Leisure Fair in Brussels, held on February 7-11 2008.
Students from two schools in Kurdjali in southeastern Bulgaria, the region where Perperikon is located, designed the virtual tour, Dnevnik daily said.
The virtual tour includes full information on the ancient rock town, from its establishment, through the early Iron Age, until the late Middle Ages.
During the fair, Kurdjali town hall and the local Centre for Economic and Social Analyses and Strategies, will make a presentation of the municipality and will offer a virtual tour for students. Advertisement booklets for the interesting sights in the region will also be distributed.
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