A virtual museum will tell the history of Gorna Oryahovitsa throughout the ages. It will be located in the Youth Center in the city, where the historical past of Gorna Oryahovitsa will be presented in an attractive way.
Modern technology and special glasses will be used to view the exhibits. The virtual museum will be showing videos about legends and symbols associated with Gorna Oryahovitsa. The museum is planned to have several thematic virtual rooms and interactive holograms. The museum will be carried out on a joint project with the Municipality of Riesiri de Vede – “Innovative Approach for Promotion of the Cultural / Historical Heritage in the Cross-Border Region Bulgaria – Romania”.
The project also foresees the realization of a 3D mapping show, which will be displayed on the facades of public buildings in Gorna Oryahovitsa. 16 shows are scheduled for the next 2 years, which will accompany major local and national holidays. They will be realized on the facades of several buildings, including that of the municipality itself. After the renewal of the city centre, this initiative is the next big project the municipality of Gorna Oryahovitsa has planned.
Gorna Oryahovitsa isn’t the only city in the region with a 3D mapping show. Veliko Tarnovo also offers its residents and guests a lovely show on national and local holidays such as the Independence day on 23.09 or 22.03 which is the city’s holiday. It is shown on the facade of the Boris Denev Art Gallery. The duration of the show is about 15 minutes. At first, it starts with a light that flies into 3D mapping with a particularly impressive finish. The music includes drums from Strandja, kavali and bagpipe. The animations for the 3D mapping show are inspired by the history of Veliko Tarnovo.
Soon Gorna Oryahovitsa will also have an amazing 3D mapping show for the enjoyment of all guests and residents of the city.