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The National Historical Museum in Sofia is Bulgaria’s largest museum. It was founded on 5 May 1973. A new representative exhibition was opened in the building of the Court of Justice on 2 March 1984, to commemorate the 13th centenary of the Bulgarian state. Address: ul. “Vitoshko lale” 16, 1404 Boyana, Sofia, Bulgaria, Phone: +359 2 955 4280 Website

The National Military History Museum is a museum dedicated to military history in Sofia, Bulgaria. A structure of the Ministry of Defence, it has existed under various names and subordinate to various institutions since 1 August 1914., Address: ul. “Cherkovna” 92, 1505 Oborishte, Sofia, Bulgaria, Phone: +359 2 946 1805 Website

The Museum of Socialist Art in Sofia is a museum of art which covers the history of the communist era in Bulgaria. It was established on 19 September 2011 amidst a controversy over the name, which was initially proposed as “Museum of Totalitarian Art”. Phone: +359 87 983 4031 Website

The Varna Archaeological Museum is an archaeological museum in the city of Varna on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria.  Address: бул. „Княгиня Мария Луиза“ 41, 9000 Varna Center, Varna, Bulgaria Phone: +359 52 681 030 Website

The Open Air Ethnographic Museum «Etar» is an open-air museum and a neighbourhood of Gabrovo in northern Bulgaria. It is located on the northern edge of the Bulgarka Nature Park, between the park and the city of Gabrovo. It presents the Bulgarian customs, culture and craftsmanship. Address: General Derozhinski 144, 5309 Gabrovo, Bulgaria Website

The Central Mineral Baths is a landmark in the centre of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, a city known for the mineral springs in the area. It was built in the early 20th century near the former Turkish bath and was used as the city’s public baths until 1986. Address: 1 Banski Sq, 1000 Sofia, Bulgaria, Phone: +359 2 985 4455 Website

Pleven Epopee 1877, more commonly known as Pleven Panorama, is a panorama located in Pleven, Bulgaria, that depicts the events of the Russian-Turkish War of 1877–78, specifically the five-month Siege. Address: парк Скобелев парк, 5804 Skobelev, Pleven, Bulgaria Website

Neolithic Dwellings Museum in Stara Zagora, Bulgaria is a museum in Stara Zagora, Bulgaria, which contains ruins of two of the oldest surviving buildings in the world. The Neolithic Dwellings Museum in Stara Zagora, Bulgaria was created in 1979. It is a branch of The Stara Zagora Regional Historical Museum. Phone: +359 42 622 109 Website

The Museum of Mosaics is a museum in the town of Devnya in Varna Province, northeastern Bulgaria. The museum, built on top of a large ruined Roman villa from Late Antiquity, exhibits mosaics from the Roman and early Byzantine city of Marcianopolis, as well as other archaeological artifacts. Address: 9163 Reka Devnya, Devnya, Bulgaria, Phone: +359 88 269 9948 Website

The National Transport Museum in Rousse, Bulgaria, is situated on the bank of the Danube, in the country’s first railway station, built in 1866. Address: ul. “Bratya Obretenovi” 5, 7002 Ruse Center, Ruse, Bulgaria, Phone: +359 82 834 707 Website

Communist-era autos, motorcycles, typewriters & more, plus life-size wax figures of notable people. Phone: +359 88 600 1070 Website

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