Preslavian treasure

The Preslavian golden treasure
The Preslavian golden treasure

Preslavian golden treasure
(10th century)

As "Mankind's Oldest Gold and Oldest Civilization in Europe" they were shown in Japan, Canada, The USA, Mexico, France, Russia, Austria, Poland, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Hungary, Holland and India.

The most significant treasure of The Golden Age of Bulgarian history - the Preslavian golden treasure, is a brilliant illustration of the life in the castles of Great Preslav.

More than 170 golden, silver and bronze ladies' jewels, decorated with cellular enamel, precious stones and pearls.

The jewels were made in Constantinople and Great Preslav. The treasure also includes artifacts dating far back to the period between 3rd and 7th centuries.

You will be very much impressed by the wealth of the Thracians, their monumental stone tombs and sanctuaries for ritual ceremonies, surrounded by a magnificent scenery.

Rich museum collections will help you feel the lifestyle of different civilizations from our 7 000 years of history.

The brilliance and beauty of these treasures invariably return us to man's longing for harmony.






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