- Saturday, August 12, 2017 11:25 AM
Skopje, 12 August 2017 (MIA) - Scupini Romani, the brand of Skopje-based center for scientific research and culture promotion "Haemus", will be presented at international antique Roman festival "Nike - The Game and the Victory" in Bulgaria on Saturday.
Scupini Romani is comprised of numerous movable hand-made items (ceramics, clothing, jewelry, weaved items, souvenirs), inspired by the rich cultural heritage of the Roman period excavated at Macedonia's territory.
Festival visitors will see re-enactments of Roman rituals, antique fashion, a slave market, gladiatorial games, demonstrations of Roman and barbaric weapons and battles from the period of the Daco-Roman and Romano-Gothic wars. The event will take place at the Archaeological park Nicopolis ad Istrum near the Nikyup village. ik/11:24
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