Exhibition - photography "Aerospace in Kazanlak" was opened in the only museum of photography and contemporary visual arts in Bulgaria, announced the press center of the municipality.
About the contribution of Bulgarian aviation to the world science and aircraft construction from the beginning of the 20th century, reminded the military pilot and professor Neno Vlaikov, a member of the 43 rd National Assembly. With the example of the inventor, engineer and aviator Asen Yordanov (with roots from Vidin), Neno Vlaikov confirmed the worthy legacy of Bulgarian minds that contributed to the development of world aviation and called on the present "To be proud of our past and the potential of the Bulgarian nation for the better future!". Jordanoff (1896 - 1967) is considered to be the founder of aeronautical engineering in Bulgaria, as well as a contributor to the development of aviation in the United States. He occupied a distinct place among pilots of his time, the golden age of airmanship; in America, Jordanoff gained almost legendary status for his many roles as test pilot, airmail and air taxis pilot, stunt pilot, and flying instructor.
The exhibition of about 70 pictures presents extremely rare photographs of the nearly 90-year history of Bulgarian aviation in Kazanlak, carefully collected and preserved over the years by prof. colonel Dimitar Nedyalkov, a long-time lecturer at the Georgi Sava Rakovski Military Academy, who is proud of one of the oldest military pilots in Bulgaria and Europe, who continue to fly.
Visitors can follow the state policy of the 1920s when the priority is not import, but the construction of airplanes, the relocation of the Aviation School from Bozhurishte to Kazanlak, the short cooperation with a Czech company in the City of Roses and the subsequent partnership with an Italian company , the full state control after 1942, the construction of competent aviation personnel for the intensive production of aircraft in Kazanlak - to the aviary of aviation all over Bulgaria in the early 1950s.
The history of aviation in Kazanlak can be seen in unique photographs by March 5, including this year. A narrative about the thriving tradition of aviation thought, which has no definite historical end, and perhaps has its continuation in the future. The Museum invites lovers of the history of Bulgarian aviation to share their photographic memories.
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