The Ancient Serdica archaeological complex, the result of five years’ work and a 15 million leva budget, opened in central Sofia on April 20 2016, offering visitors a glimpse into […]
The second annual exhibition of archaeological discoveries in the Bulgarian capital city in the past year is being held at the Sofia History Museum, o ...
After nearly one year, Bulgaria’s National Institute for Cultural Heritage has issued a permit to Plovdiv municipality to begin repairing the Od ...
The ninth annual national archaeological exhibition “Bulgarian Archaeology 2015” opens at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences’ Nationa ...
Bulgaria’s Culture Ministry said on October 13 that it has ordered the suspension of all conservation work at the Largo archaeological site in central Sofia for an indefinite period of […]
Prehistoric housing and 24-carat gold objects in Provadiya, a tomb from the late Middle Ages in Veliki Preslav, a fountain carved in rock at the ancient sacred site of Perperikon, […]
Archaeologists excavating under the Sveta Nedelya square in the centre of Bulgaria’s capital city of Sofia found a treasure trove of Roman era coins, the city hall said on September […]
An early Christian crypt, among the largest in the Balkans, has been discovered by archaeologists near the Zaldapa Fortress close to the village of Krushari in Bulgaria’s Dobrich municipality, it […]
The month of August customarily sees a range of discoveries by archaeologists in Bulgaria as the excavation season peaks, and in 2015, the month has seen its share of intriguing […]
Bulgarian archaeologists have discovered a tomb, estimated to date from the fifth century CE, on St Ivan island off the coast of Bulgaria’s Black Sea town of Sozopol, it was […]