3D Bas-relief of Christo Botev
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This thing is a 3D replica of a bas-relief that is at the Bulgarian Cultural Institute in Paris (France) where I learned bulgarian during 3 years (and that I'm still learning).
Cette plaque commémorative se trouve apposée au mur à coté de l'entrée de l'Institut Culturel Bulgare à Paris.
Гробът на Хисто Ботев който се намира в Българен Културен Институт в столицата Париж (Франция).
The replica is 5cm long and has two small holes on its right side (left side when looking at it) that allows to glue a small piece of 1.75mm diameter filament as a hook to use it as a keychain if you want.
PS : I want to thank my friend Stephen for sending me additional photos and my bulgarian teacher fom the Institute for her patience and her professionalism.
0.1mm layer thickness
The Bulgarian Cultural Institute in Paris is a great place to learn the bulgarian language and culture. It' also a place where you can see exhibitions of bulgarian artists and listen to some concerts.
If you want to use it as a keychain, simply glue a small piece of 1.75mm diameter as a hook in the small holes that are on the side.
If you printed it in ABS you can glue it with aceton.
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