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12 Mar 18
Parts of a silver wreath has uncovered in a burial mound at Dyadovo, Bulgaria as it had been crafted by a Thracian between I and III century.

06 Mar 18
A rarely seen billon coin of Tsar Ivan Asen II of 13th century was found at the ruins of the fortress Liutiza, Bulgaria in summer of year 2018.

26 Feb 18
An 8,000 years old clay tile with symbols and parts of clay vessels was excavated and exhibited at the local history museum in Sliven, Bulgaria.

19 Feb 18
The exhibition of 340 archaeological objects, found only in year 2017, including some from time of 40,000 years ago was opened for tourists of tours in Bulgaria at the Archaeology museum in Sofia on February 16, 2018 for just 45 days.

12 Feb 18
A white jade amulet of a falcon hunting goose of China’s Yuan Dynasty of XIII century was discovered at Cape Kaliakra, Bulgaria.

29 Jan 18
Discovering two new graves and foundations of buildings marked the end of archaeological summer on the island of St. Ivan near Sozopol.

22 Jan 18
A copper tool for making gold jewelry, a ceramic baby teat and a dice were found in the ruins of 6 500 years old salt city of Provadia in Bulgaria.

15 Jan 18
A Roman gold chain ornament of IV century was found at Rupite and it was exhibited at the museum in Petrich for seeing of tourists of tours in Bulgaria.

08 Jan 18
A Greek signature on a marble stone of 1200 kilograms and dimensions of 60 cm at 60 cm at 150 cm was exposed at the ruins of the town of the Thracian tribe Sints named Heraclea Sintika, Bulgaria.

03 Jan 18
A Roman stone cover of a grave of II century was exhibited at the local history museum in Petrich, Bulgaria, saiyng life story of the man in the grave.

18 Dec 17
A medieval grave from the 11th century with an arrow in the skeleton of the buried person has been discovered by archaeologists in Plovdiv.

11 Dec 17
CNN reported on December 4, 2017 about 10 reasons to visit Plovdiv, Bulgaria's hidden treasure, one of the oldest cities in Europe.

04 Dec 17
The old town of Plovdiv of 6000 years with Thracian, Greek and Roman remains is in The 25 places in Eastern Europe you must see at on November 19, 2017.

27 Nov 17
A treasure of 187 silver Roman coins from I till III century was found in a clay pot under a tree near Mezdra, Bulgaria in September 2017.

20 Nov 17
A heavy golden ring of 13 century was another interesting artefact in the ruins of fortress Lyutitsa, Ivailovgrad.

06 Nov 17
Three cities of Bulgaria are in the report of the Tор 100 Cіtу dеѕtіnаtіоnѕ rаnkіng of 2017 in the world of Еurоmоnіtоr Іntеrnаtіоnаl as the city of Burgas is 69, Sofia is 92 and Varna is 95 of top 100 cities.

30 Oct 17
A new exhibition of gold, bronze and clay artefacts of the bronze epoch of the East Balkans was opened for tourists of tours in Bulgaria at the archaeology museum in Sofia Bulgaria from October 25, 2017 till January 28, 2018.

23 Oct 17
A silver coin of Tsar Ivan Alexander of 14 century was one of 255 coins in the ruins of churches in Lyutitsa, Ivailovgrad those were exhibited at the history museums in Bulgaria.

16 Oct 17
The East Orthodox churches in Lyutitsa, Ivailovgrad, Bulgaria, those had been destroyed in XIII century by Latin knights of Napoli, Italy, were mentioned in the old books of the East Orthodox monasteries of Mount Athos.

09 Oct 17
The fortress of Lyutitsa, called Marble City near Ivailovgrad, Bulgaria occupies an area of 26,000 sq meters (280,000 sq ft) and had 12 towers of which 8 have been preserved.

02 Oct 17
A set of alloy of gold and silver billon coins of powerful Byzantium emperor Alexios I Komnenos of 12 century are the most interesting artefacts found at the ruins of the fortress Huhla, Ivailovgrad.



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