...1, near the village Rozovets located in the Kazanlak valley, a certain grandfather Stoyan took out from a barrow a marble block ... Bulgaria's Ancient Thracian Treasures Fly Off to Paris for ... ... . An opening gaped and precious antiques shined inside: even before Schliemann to excavate the Troy, the first Thracian treasure was discovered.
The exhibition of Thracian treasures from Bulgaria entitled "The Saga of the Thracian Kings - Archaeological discoveries in Bulgaria" opens at the Louvre Museum in Paris at 18.30 CET on 14th of April. The artefacts will be displayed in 4 halls in the Louvre. The exhibition will run until 20th of July. ... Thracian treasures - Welcome to Bulgaria ... .30 CET on 14th of April. The artefacts will be displayed in 4 halls in the Louvre. The exhibition will run until 20th of July.
More than 10 000 Thracian burial mounds are scattered across Bulgaria, although most have already been looted. In 2003, the government launched a cultural tourism project in the so-called "Valley of the Thracian Kings" in central Bulgaria where some 15 mounds have already been explored but cannot be visited due to poor infrastructure.
The Thracian Treasures of Bulgaria. The Panagyurishte Treasure was discovered on December 8, 1949 by three brothers near the town of Panagyurishte, 100 km east of Sofia and 80 km north of Plovdiv. It comprises nine 24-karat gold vessels that weigh approximately 7 kilograms: an amphora, a phiale and seven rhytons.
THRACIAN TREASURES; Here you can get acquainted with some of the most famous examples of the ancient art, found on the territory of Bulgaria. Ancient treasures from Thrace, the art of Thracians. Fine examples of ancient art - golden and silver Thracian treasures. The items from the burial of a noble Thracian princess from the tribe of the ...
National Archaeological Museum (Bulgaria) Hall Treasury The Sveshtari treasure: A golden horse head—an ornament from one end of a long-gone iron horse bit—is part of a 2,400-year-old treasure discovered in an ancient Thracian tomb in Sveshtari, Bulgaria, The Thracians were ruled by a warrior aristocracy that had access to plentiful gold deposits at the mouth of the Danube River, which ...
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