Plevna Panorama 1877 Visits Istanbul Panorama 1453
Dr. Milko Asparuhov, the Manager of the Panorama Museum of 1877 Plevna War visited Panorama 1453 museum of History. Obtaining detailed information from Salih Doğan, the Manager of the Museum, Dr. Asparuhov also visited Sabri Dereli, the General Manager of Kültür A.Ş.
Dr. Milko Asparuhov, the Manager of the Panorama Museum of 1877 Plevna War visited Panorama 1453 museum of History. Obtaining detailed information from Salih Doğan, the Manager of the Museum, Dr. Asparuhov also visited Sabri Dereli, the General Manager of Kültür A.Ş. The General Manager Sabri Dereli reflected as follows: "The Ottoman Empire dominated the Balkans for 500 years, whereas it never interfered with the language, religious and life style of its subjects. The Ottoman Empire has never employed an imperialist mindset. I personally think that amicability, fraternity and culture of living together in peace in the Balkans are a heritage from the Ottoman. Today, conveying this heritage to the future among the local community and handing down not fights and wars but peace to next generations are our greatest desire." In response to our general manager, Asparuhov remarked as follows: "ı have not handled the issue from this point of view before. It is our biggest desire that peace, amicability and fraternity grow bigger in our geography."
The parties exchanged good wishes for reciprocal development of museum relations, organising shared exhibitions and a number of museum activities. Admitting that he was bewitched by the charm of Panorama 1453 Museum of History, Dr. Asparuhov indicated that this panorama featured a distinguished property and beauty from all other panoramas, adding that the light, acoustic, aesthetics and picture dimensions were stunning at the museum.
Sabri Dereli, the General Manager of Kültür A.Ş., gave as a present the book ''Bulgaristan’da Türk-İslam Kültürü ve Sanatı / Turkish-Islamic Culture and Art in Bulgaria' a lure book published by Kültür A.Ş., and the guest fellow manager gave Dereli a book on the guns exhibited at their museum as a present. In addition, the guest was introduced to the artists of the museum at a workshop, and obtained information about the construction of the museum from Haşim Vatandaş, the project coordinator, and from the rest of the project team. Also obtaining information about the Panorama 1915 Çanakkale Museum of Victory, which is still underway, Asparuhov invited the team of the artists to Plevna. Visiting the Miniatürk, Basilica Cistern and Dolmabahçe Palace, Dr. Asparuhov was very satisfied to be in Istanbul.