PLISKA NATIONAL HISTORICAL AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESERVE
The medieval town of Pliska occupies an area of 23 thousand decares and this makes it one of the largest medieval towns in Europe. Its founder was the first Bulgarian ruler – khan Asparuh. It had been the capital of the Bulgarian state for more than 200 years (681–893). The names of 18 Bulgarian rulers are related to Pliska – amongst them Tervel (700–721), Krum (802–814), Omurtag (814–831), Boris I Michael (852–889). The first wood constructions were raised almost at the center of Pliska and thus the khan’s residence was formed. In the course of time settlements appeared protected by ramparts and a moat.
In 811 Pliska was conquered by the Byzantine emperor Nicephoros I. During his retreat the wood constructions were scorched. Later massive stone constructions and high curtain walls were erected at that place... [+]
На 31 март 2017 г. от 16:00 часа в комплекс "Авшарян"; ул. "Стара планина" № 2 ще се открие новата временна... [+]
Gabrovo Profit mobile exhibition of the House of Humor and Satire Museum – Gabrovo is displayed on the second floor of the Marble Foyer till May, 3rd. [+]
На 13 март 2017 г. музеен комплекс "Панчо Владигеров" ще проведе "Ден на отворените врати". Посетители... [+]