The Ruse history museum published a series of postcards with ancient Roman fortresses along the nowadays Bulgarian stretch of the Danube, with Roman recipes on the reverse side.
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Bulgaria's government has set aside BGN 5 M for the restoration of the Pautalia acropolis, near Kyustendil.
Bulgaria's Ministry of Culture will look into the sale of a replica of the Thracian golden treasure from Panagyurishte on a US website.
The restoration of the complex of ancient Roman baths, the Roman Thermae in Bulgaria’s city of Varna will begin in March.
Bulgaria's prized Thracian Panagyurishte Gold Treasure is state property, according to a final Supreme Court rule.
The Museum of Archeology in the Bulgarian city of Varna currently hosts a unique exhibition of antique weapons.
A walled-up ancient icon has been found in the church of Bulgarian Lopushna Monastery "St John the Baptist.
Bulgarian archaeologists have uncovered the remains of a woman that appears to have been buried pregnant 6000 years ago.
The National History Museum, NIM, in the Bulgarian capital Sofia, is offering free admission on December 22, 23 and 30.
A marble statue of a Roman magistrate has been unearthed in the Roman Forum in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv, archaeologists have announced.
Bulgarian archeologists working at the Sveshtari tomb have made new important findings suggesting the burial of a female Thracian cult leader.
There are over 100 archaeological sites on the route of the South Stream gas pipeline in Bulgaria and their fate remains unknown.
Over the year, Bulgarian archaeologists have made important new discoveries about the Thracian Tomb of Sveshtari, announced archaeologist Prof. Diana Gergova.
Archaeologists in Bulgaria's Black Sea town of Nessebar have dug up an antique winery, believed to date back to the 5th century B.C.
Much of the grounds of the Bulgarian archaeological reserve "Sboryanovo" near the town of Isperih and the village of Sveshtari have become a field planted with alfalfa.
Rituals aiming to prevent dead people from turning into vampires were practiced in Bulgaria until quite recently, according to renowned Bulgarian archeologist Nikolay Ovcharov.
Archaeologists in Plovdiv discovered pieces of unique marble statues and a votive tablet depicting the Greek Goddess of luck Fortuna.
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