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A late-Antiquity tomb will be elevated to the ground level of Moskovska street with a replica Stroitel newspaper, Nov 9, 2018.2018

Unique murals with early-Christian frescos will be copied on an arch with glass cover

 

The ideas for exhibiting the artefact, as well as the findings of archeologists and restoration specialists, were presented at the Sofia History Museum by Mr. Peev, dipl. Architect and chief designer of the conservation, restoration and socialization of the ancient tomb, by Yunian Meshekov, leader of the archeological research group, and Todor Chobanov, PhD Sofias vice-mayor for Culture, education, sports and dependencies prevention.

A replica will show to Sofias inhabitants and its visitors the contents of the ancient tomb (5th-6th century A.D.) at Moskovska street. After the end of the archeological study and under the recommendation of the Ministry of Culture, EKSAs team, led by Konstantin Peev, dipl. Architect, has created a preliminary design for the tombs conservation, restoration and socialization. Arch. Peev presented the design for exhibiting the tomb at the Sofia History Museum.

The project designers propose the creation of a replica on top of the original tomb. This is a tested method for exhibiting ancient vestiges. For example, the Kazanlak tomb, a listed historical building of global significance, is also exhibited through a copy. Within the preliminary design the team has proposed the inclusion of a glass window, looking out towards Saint Sofia church, through which one can see the original façade of the site its entrance, hid by two big stones but wont be able to observe the murals inside. This is why a replica of the frescos will be created, using a painting technique similar to those of Antiquity, and will be positioned outside, on an arch, which will be built on top of the tomb.

The conservation process should start next spring. The total value of the planned works should be between BGN 30,000 and 50,000, depending on the selected materials and implementation activities.




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