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BNB opens it’s doors for citizens

Submitted on Sunday, 12 April 2009No Comment
BNB opens it’s doors for citizens

For the first time in it’s history, the Bulgarian national bank (BNB) opened it’s doors for free access of citizens. The event marks the 130th anniversary of the founding of the institution.

Visitors are accompanied by the bank employees. They follow visitors around and introduce them to the basic functions and goals of the bank. Guests can make a souvenir coin to mark their visit, take a picture and then print a souvenir banknote with their face on it, etc. Organizers also prepared several presentation stalls which inform citizens for the activities of the National credit register, the National center for analysis of banknotes and coins and economical analysis and prognosis of the experts of BNB.

Over one thousand citizens have already visited the building of the Bulgarian national bank, and the queue is ever growing. The visitors begin their exploration at the CEO’s office, the so called “Blue office”.

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