Neolithic Dwellings Museum, Stara Zagora

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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.

The Neolithic Dwellings Museum is built around two Neolithic houses dating back to the 6th millennium BC. 1826 artifacts were found there. The Neolithic dwellings are the best-preserved in Europe from this period. Kitchens, fireplaces, hand grain mills, and ceramic vessels comprise the richest inventory of 6th millennium BC prehistoric house life in Europe. The prehistoric art exhibition displays 333 of the most important finds from the Neolithic and Chalcolithic periods (6th millennium BC – 3rd millennium BC).
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  • This is a small museum built over and around an early neolithic dwelling, which is well preserved and depicted. There are also show cases of with other artifacts from different ages. If you contact...  more »
  • Visited a while ago, free parking, easy to find. Small museum with a leaflet in English but not much detail. Only takes 15 minutes to look around. Was about 6 levs to get in I think.  more »
  • There are the remains of a very old house found at the place. Yet you need the guy from the tickets desk to tell you the whole story and what they found, and all the piquant stuff. The interest thing....  more »
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  • Horrible little place! It costs 5 leva to see what is basically a mound of dirt and a room of pottery and some small figurines with no explanation other than Bulgarian. Photos are not allowed, though I managed to sneak one of the mound of dirt and if you want to actually understand anything what you see you need to pay an extra 2 leva for a small booklet in English. Add to that the fact that this so called musuen is 2 kilometers from the center in an area full of gypsies and some sad communist buildings which make the experience even worse. Artefacts themselves are nice, albeit few and very small, put in glass containers that look like they were never cleaned since the fall of Communism. Save your time and money and don't bother with this!
  • Don't miss the chance to learn more about the ancient history, Thracians and about the dwellings. This is a must-see place in Stara Zagora!
  • If you want to learn about the very ancient history of Europe and start to really understand about the origin of the Thracians and their ancestors ' lifestyle the Neolithic dwelling spot is a must-see!
  • Really great historical and archaeological museum.
  • Unique. Small, but a must see

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