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These two initiatives were accompanied by the presentation of the Eurobarometer and the results of the Young Scenographers Contest, which had been dedicated to the tagline One Object – Many Visions – EuroVisions. Both elements of the EuroVision Lab. exhibition were well suited to encourage a discussion on changes to a transregional perspec- tive with visitors of the museum.
The Bulgarian EuroVision Lab. was rounded out by an extensive ac- companying program that included a number of workshops and cultural events: Among them were the performance of the concertmaster of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra of the Netherlands and the performance of Vesko Eschkenazy, who performed the  lm score of Schindler’s List.
The exhibition 'The Fragility of Tolerance' was eventually turned in a touring exhibition, that also incorporates an experimental approach to engage visitors in active discussions on topics such as ‘ethnic tolerance’ and ‘lessions learned from WW2’. So far, the touring exhibition has been shown at  ve locations across different regions of Bulgaria.
Photo: © National Museum of History, Bulgaria
‘The idea was to show people the shared European history. The EMEE project is a new way to see the objects, to approach them, to see them in new light and to understand them better and to show the pub- lic what they couldn’t see with only one visit in the museum.’
Petar Stefanov, National Museum of History Bulgaria, EMEE partner
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