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NATIONAL MUSEUM OF HISTORY
National Museum of History
Sofia, 16 Vitoshko Lale Str.,
Residence Boyana, Palace 1
Tel.: (02) 955 42 80, (02) 955 42 90
E-mail: nim.pr@abv.bg
Web site: www.historymuseum.org
Open: sum 09:30–18:00, winter 9.00 – 17.30
Admission: Adult – 10 lv.; Students - 5 lv.; Free: Invalids, Uniform soldiers, Children under 7 age, On the last Sunday of the month

The National Museum of History in Sofia is one of the largest history museums on the Balkans with 650.000 objects and largest archaeological and historical archive. The Museum's collections are its greatest treasure. Its contains materials from Prehistoric ages till our days.
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First Floor
Hall F: Central Foyer

Facilities:
Library, Wardrobe, WC, Info Desk, Cafe Bar, Souvenir Shops and Bookshop.

Hall C: Boyan Radev's collection
The exhibition presents the donations of Boyan Radev. He has been collecting works of contemporary artists, icons and church plates from the Middle Ages and the Revival, Antiquity monuments
Second Floor:
Hall 1: Prehistory (6th - 2nd millenia BC)
Hall 2: Bulgarian lands from the end of the 6th cent. BC to the 6th cent. AD
Hall 3: The Bulgarian State during the Middle Ages (7th - 14th c.)
Hall 4: The Bulgarian lands under Ottoman rule (1396–1878)
Third Floor
Hall 5: Third Bulgarian Kingdom(1878–1946)
Hall 6: Temporary exhibitions
Hall 7: Temporary exhibitions. “Dry gold, pure silver” (a folk song line)
Hall 8: Apollonia Pontica
Hall 9: Traditional calendar feasts
Hall 10: Coin Collection
Hall 11: The Bulgarian house during the National Revival
Hall 12: Collection of the Foundation Arete
LOCATION
Residence Boyana, Palace 1
Sofia, 16 Vitoshko Lale Str.

Getting here:
By bus routs 63, 111
By trolley routs 2
By mini-bus, rout 21
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