The new exhibition space, located in front of Hall 1 - "Bulgarian lands from the beginning of the XNUMXth millennium BC. until the end of the XNUMXnd millennium BC.” aims to supplement the chronology of the historical narrative by presenting the period from the XVII-XVI centuries BC. to VI century BC (Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Ages).

The National History Museum with a renewed permanent exhibition

In March 2023, the National History Museum renewed its permanent exhibition. The new exhibition space, located in front of Hall 1 - "Bulgarian lands from the beginning of the XNUMXth millennium BC. until the end of the XNUMXnd millennium BC.” aims to supplement the chronology of the historical narrative by presenting the period from the XVII-XVI centuries BC. to VI century BC (Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Ages.

Visitors will have the opportunity to see bronze and iron weapons that were used in both eras: swords, spearheads, shield umbos, elements of horse ammunition and more. Among the presented exhibits, you can see gold, silver, amber and bronze ornaments, ceramic dishes, amulets, cult figurines, etc.

The exhibited artifacts represent finds from some of the most significant sites on the territory of Bulgaria, such as the village of Panayot Hitovo, Omurtashko, the village of Balei, Vidinsko, the village of Novo Selo, Plovdivsko, the village of Belish, Troyansko, Sozopol and the village of Ravadinovo, Burgasko .