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Municipal Museum of History, Ivaylovgrad

Ivaylovgrad in Haskovo, Bulgaria
Ivaylovgrad's History Museum has three expositions on display - Archeology, History of the town and the region before Bulgaria's Liberation, and History after 1878.

Some of the museum exhibits include pottery vessels from the ancient Roman villa Armira, coins, fragments of a Thracian funeral chariot unearthed during the excavations of the mound near the village of Svirachi, artefacts found at Lyutitsa fortress, etc.

In addition to archaeological finds, on display are also rifles and pistols from the Russo-Turkish War of Liberation, icons, and archival documents related to the life and work of voivodes Yani Popov and Stambol Dimitrov. Visitors can also get acquainted with Bulgaria's unique geographic and historical map of 1913, as well as with objects from the daily urban life.


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"The Project is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund and by national funds of the countries participating in the Interreg V-A “Greece-Bulgaria 2014-2020” Cooperation Programme."
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