Desislava Radeva, the wife of Bulgaria President Rumen Radev yesterday visited the Museum of Islamic Art where she viewed the museum's collection of masterpieces of Islamic art, including metal, wooden, porcelain, jewelry, textiles and glass.
She also viewed artifacts collected from three continents, dating back fourteen centuries. She was also given a presentation about the museum as well as its role in spreading science and culture and encouraging creativity and communication with the cultures and arts of the world.
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