Varna Bulgaria Museums
Known as the capital of Bulgaria by the sea, Varna offers its visitors some of the best museums and attractions in the world. Bulgaria stretches along the Black Sea coast near Varnia and is the perfect destination for those who like to spend time in the sun, rounded off by their tan. It is a summer holiday of a different kind, with many beautiful beaches, beautiful scenery, good food and lots of fun.
Varna is full of museums, monasteries, cathedrals and gardens, and all the museums of the city are united under one roof.
While the extensive Archaeological Museum is one of the most interesting places in Varna, there are several other museums, including the National Archaeological Museum, the Museum of the Study of Ancient Greece and the Institute of Archaeology. If you would like to join the researchers of the Archaeological Museum Varna, you can contact us via our contact page.
If you are looking for an authentic place in Varna, the Ethnographic Museum is one of your best options. This museum shows the history of the ancient city and its inhabitants, as well as its history and culture. If you are a history buff and would like to see rare collections, the Battle of Varnia Museum is just right for you. So you should definitely include the "Doll Museum of Varna" in your list of all the sights in Varna.
These considerable ruins were built in the 2nd century AD, when Varna was known as Odessus, and are among the best preserved Roman buildings in Bulgaria. The Bulgarian architect Petko Momchilov, who designed this magnificent building, has placed the Archaeological Museum of Varnia in one of its original buildings.
Many of the exhibits celebrate the cultural influences that have made Varna what it is today, and they and their region are no exception. Here is a list of the best galleries and museums that can be seen in Varnia, from the Archaeological Museum, the Archaeological Museum and the National Museum. It is the largest and most important museum of its kind in the world with more than 2,000 exhibits.
Visitors can see extremely valuable exhibits connected with the history of Varnia, its population and culture, and its history as a tourist destination. It gives an insight into the life of the ancient city, from its beginnings to its present. Visitors can see extremely useful and interesting exhibits and links to their history and culture.
The Varna Museum is full of treasures from all periods of the city's history and will interest both informed archaeologists and occasional visitors. If you want to learn more about the history of Varnia and its development over the centuries, you must visit the museum. The Kastritsi, which have been thoroughly researched, preserved and exhibited, have the potential to show a fully preserved Bulgarian city. If you want to see the ancient city and its history and cultural heritage, you must visit the Archaeological Museum of Varna. In addition to this museum, if you want to learn about the development of the cities during the century, you should also visit the National Archaeological Museum of Bulgaria in Sofia or the Archaeological Museum in Belgrade.
The extraordinary Natural History Museum promotes the unique perpetual motion, a place where young and old can learn about science and have fun. Saborni Square is located in the centre of Varna, so you can definitely admire the fountain if you are on your way to the museum and explore all the places in Varnia. The Museum of Natural History is also located here, the perfect opportunity to experience and explore the activities in Varna.
In the Archaeological Museum you will have the opportunity to admire the famous gold treasure found in the copper stone necropolis in Varna, near Lake Varnia, which was discovered by the legendary archaeologist and professor of archaeology of the University of Bulgaria, Dr. Vyacheslav Karelov. The discovery was made in 1915 - 1919, when his team of archaeologists and geologists excavated the early Christian church of Odessos in Varna.
It was founded in the city of Odessos and is located on the shore of Lake Varnia, near the city of Varna, about 30 km south - west of the capital and about 20 km north - east of Sofia.
Varna Museum, one of the leading museums in Bulgaria, began collecting its collection in 1887 and opened it to the public in 1906. The Historical Park retraces the history of Bulgaria from the early 19th century to the end of the Second World War.
In the 115 years of its existence, the curators of the museum have carried out archaeological excavations in the ancient part of the city once known as Odessos. The most recent archaeological excavations were carried out in the summer of 2004 by a team of archaeologists led by the Director of Archaeology and Archaeological Research of Varna University, Dr. Dimitri Kuznetsov, and he has succeeded in recruiting some of the most talented archaeologists, archaeologists and archaeologists in Bulgaria from all over the world. He has also recently published a book on the history of archaeology in Bulgaria and its relationship with the museum. The "Museum of Ancient Varna" offers a tour of the most important archaeological sites of ancient Bulgaria and a museum of modern art and culture.