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The Vulchitrun Treasure back to the National Museum of Archaeology
The Vulchitrun Treasure, housed in the Representative depot of the NAIM-BAS, has come back to the National Museum of Archaeology after three months long exhibition in Burgas. It belongs to the rarest and most enigmatic golden hoards the world knows so far.
The Greatest Treasures of the Thracians Exhibition was closed on August 31st 2012 in the Hall of Al. G. Kodzhakafaliyata in the Morsko Casino Cultural Centre in Burgas town. Two of the most significant and splendid hoards were on display there – the entire Vulchitrun Treasure and a selected collection of the Rogozen Silver Treasure. According to the information of the Culture Department of the Municipality of Burgas, the exhibition was visited by nearly 14 500 guests for the three months long period (May 31st – August 31st).
The Vulchitrun golden treasure composed of 13 pieces and ranking among the most spectacular exhibits of the National Museum of Archaeology is now on display in the Treasury Room.