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26.11.2015

Humboldt Union in Bulgaria in cooperation with German Embassy in Sofia and with the support of “Alexander von Humboldt” Foundation organizes Humboldt Kolleg on “Bulgarian-German scientific cooperation: Past, Present and Future” , which will be held in...
24.11.2015

From 28 July to 1 November 2015, the bronze portrait head of Seuthes III, one of the most emblematic artifacts in the National Archaeological Museum, took part in the “Power and pathos: Bronze sculpture of the Hellenistic world” exhibition at J. Paul Getty Museum...
10.11.2015

The National Institute for Immovable Cultural Heritage, the Italian Cultural Institute in Bulgaria, the Regional Museum of History – Haskovo and the National Institute of Archaeology with Museum at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (NIAM at BAS) are pleased to invite you to...
10.11.2015

Dear visitors, The National Archaeological Museum will be closed for visitors on Tuesday, November  10. On Thursday, November 12, the Museum will be open for visitors from 10 am to 13 pm. NIAM-BAS 
28.10.2015

The National Institute of Archaeology with Museum (NIAM-BAS) is pleased to invite you to a public lecture by Dr. Jasna Vuković, Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, Serbia . The lecture is titled “Neolithic pottery in Serbia: current...
09.10.2015

“The restoration of the ceramic icon of St. Theodore” booklet is a bilingual edition in Bulgarian and English. It presents the restoration of the ceramic icon of St. Theodore Stratelates from the monastery in Patleina in Veliki Preslav, accomplished by a project with...
29.09.2015

The National Institute of Archaeology with Museum (NIAM-BAS) is pleased to invite you to the lecture by Dr. Daniela Cherneva, conservator. The lecture titled “The Restoration of the Ceramic Icon of St. Theodore from Veliki Preslav“ will be held in the Board Hall of...
25.09.2015

The successfully restored ceramic icon of St. Theodore from Veliki Preslav will be put on display at the Middle Ages Hall of the National Archaeological Museum on September 29th, 2015. The icon, which is a part of the permanent exhibition of NIAM at BAS, is a cultural value of...


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