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Park Museum Vladislav Varnenchik, Varna

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Park Museum Vladislav Varnenchik is located in Varna. A visit to Park Museum Vladislav Varnenchik represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Varna vacation route planner to plot your vacation.
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  • The place that our King. An average well-kept and quite a few interesting, just the fact that this is our King arouses curiosity and wistful.
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  • It's worth paying a visit when in Varna. Unfortunately it's closed two days in a week (Mon, Tue), both the museum and the entrance to the park. You can reach it by bus no 22, which stops for example b...  more »
  • While abroad I always try to find the places connected with Poland and poles. In such a place is mausoleum of Vladislav III Varnenchik it. There is a small museum describing the battle of the year 1444 and the Cenotaph (empty tomb) of our and the Hungarian king. Battle important in our history and unfortunately lost. The King's body has never been found which was a contribution to the many legends and abuse. As for the Museum. Unfortunately it is not easy to hit. There are no signs on the streets, and so on. The prices are low. Support says. Unfortunately, in the Museum of the incomprehensible prohibition of taking photos.
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