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National Museum of Military History - 03 March 2018

National Museum of Military History

National Museum of Military History there nearly a century. Created in 1916 After 40 years of its affiliates became Naval Museum in Varna Park Museum of combat friendship "Varnenchik" and the Museum of Aviation near Plovdiv. In the Military Museum are kept nearly 1 million artifacts that are evidence not only of Bulgarian and European military history. The Museum is Bulgaria's only offering the public three exposures: foreign - of arms, and permanent collections. In foreign exposure are at more than 230 pieces of artillery weapons, aviation and shipping equipment. It can be seen preserved Scud missiles, Frog and SS-23. The permanent exhibition is one that tells the story of the Bulgarian army, its defeat, glory and heroism. Track events and facts...

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"Museum of humorous and satirical art" - Gabrovo - 01 April 2017

"Museum of humorous and satirical art" -  Gabrovo

Gabrovo has long been the capital of humor and satire in Bulgaria. "The world lastsbecause it laughs" said the people and this applies with full force and Gabrovo. In the small town is home of humor and satire, which is a huge cultural center and is dedicated to fun and laughter. The building is located in the central part of Gabrovo, set in an old tannery on April 1, 1972. In 10 halls with an area of 8,000 square meters are exhibited works of artists from 153 countries. The Home  not only meet, but also explore and promote humor and satire in...

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National Museum "Vasil Levski" - 18 July 2016

National Museum "Vasil Levski"

Rise from the ashes more than 70 years and today birthplace of the Apostle greets pilgrims with their hospitable doors open from morning till night. Hidden behind a white wall, nestled in the box tree and vine, and if the house is now arranged by the caring hand of her hostess - as ever, covered with colorful rugs Karlovo, lined with copper and pottery, with the camp, pulley, dye with braids. A place where every Bulgarian comes as a pilgrimage, as a Sacrament. Here, on 18 July 1837. was born Vasil Ivanov Kunchev - Levski, grew up as a talented organizer of popular struggle, as founders of the Bulgarian national liberation movement, the largest organization in history. Empty for long, desolate, home of the Apostle also collapsed in the years around the Liberation of...

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The house - museum of Ivan Vazov - 09 July 2016

The house - museum of Ivan Vazov

The house - museum of Ivan Vazov in Sofia is located at the corner of the same name, street and street Rakovski. This beautiful building has spent his last years at this great Bulgarian writer. Here and died in 1921. The house was built in 1895 and is one of the most beautiful in the capital. In the museum you can see the writer's personal belongings and some of his notoriously elegance clothing, his library, cafeteria, and many gifts and prizes received over the years for their mastery. Maintained the authentic look of the cabinet of the writer, which has created some of his best literary works. The first curator of the museum is another prominent Bulgarian master the written word - writer Elin Pelin. The museum was opened in 1926 - just five years after the death of the writer, at the...

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Sofia - National Theatre "Ivan Vazov" - 28 March 2016

Sofia -  National Theatre "Ivan Vazov"

Unable to come to Sofia and not visit at least one play in the National Theatre "Ivan Vazov". Just by looking at the unique facade, there is no way you do not want to go inside and watch the talented Bulgarian actors. The truth is that the interior will amaze you at least appearance of the theater. It was built in 1904, when the dramatic troupe "Tears and Laughter" named after Bulgarian National Theatre.Designed by Viennese architects Hermann Helmer and Ferdinand Fellner, who immediately explains lavish Viennese style, which is determined inside and outside buildings. Completed in late 1906 and is open for performances January 3, 1907  After the unfortunate event in 1923, when the whole building is destroyed, its recovery is made in 1929 by German architect Martin...

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