Within the framework of the project mAPP my Europe under the Erasmus Program, students from the 11th class of Dimitar Talev High School, with their history teacher, Mrs. Mariana Uzunova, visited the Military Cemetery Museum in Dobrich. The young people viewed with interest the exposition dedicated to the Dobrich epic in 1916. The curator Tsvetan Sashev introduced them to Bulgaria’s participation in the First World War and the actions of the Third Bulgarian Army on the Dobrudzha Front. A special place in the story was given to the battles at Tutrakan and Dobrich, which went down in history as Tutrakan and Dobrich epics. The students laid flowers on the graves of fallen soldiers and officers in the memorial battle for Dobrudzha.

The Military Cemetery Museum in the town of Dobrich is the largest on the territory of Bulgaria since the First World War. It has buried soldiers from 6 national armies and four denominations. Over the years, the Municipality of Dobrich and the Regional Museum of Dobrich have taken joint care for the preservation and promotion of the site.

On March 21, 2019, by order of the Deputy Minister of Culture, the memorial complex “Military Cemetery – Museum, Dobrich”, which is a group of historical, architectural and architectural real estate of modern times, has been declared a category of “national importance”.