Thracian Gold Treasures Back on Display in Sofia

Society | September 23, 2006, Saturday // 00:00| Views: | Comments: 0
Bulgaria: Thracian Gold Treasures Back on Display in Sofia A gold wreath, owned by a Thracian king, dating back to IV th century BC, is part of the nine gold Thracian treasures displayed at the National Historic Museum. Photo by Kameliya Atanasova (Sofia Photo Agency)

Sofia citizens and visitors to the capital will have a new opportunity to see the sensational Thracian gold treasures after they made a furore in the Black Sea city of Varna throughout the summer.

The exhibition is displayed at the National History Museum and marks the European Heritage Days, organized by the Council of Europe and the European Union.

It will be open till September 30.

Three of the nine old Thracian treasures will remain in the country, but the rest will set off for exhibitions abroad. Those staing here are the ones discovered in the village of Dubene, Zlatinitsa and Sinemorets.

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