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Discovered in the mid-1980s it provides a marvellous exposition of Roman life from the 3rd – 4th centuries AD.
Walking around and over the remarkable mosaic floors of the villa brings home the art from the period. It is an extensive space of stone work...More
The Trakart museum consists of a Roman mosaic with a womans head (Irene) found during the construction of a passage in the old city. There are some displays of beautiful glass from Roman times onwards. The other part is in a house in the main...More
The Trakart Center (entrance 2 leva), holds a series of incredible mosaics from different roman villas found throughout the city and some even more incredible glassware dating to the 3rd and 4th centuries, just amazing!
This is a rather small museum but with an exquisite exhibit. I liked the collection of ancient glass art. The remains of a Roman mosaic floor was, for me, the focus of the museum. I am not sure if the floor was uncovered and restored...More
Beautiful and small archaeological site that gives you a glimpse of what the houses and streets of the ancient Roman city looked like. The foundations of a house contain beautiful mosaics. The pavement of a Roman street continues outside the museum. The exhibit of Roman...More
We discovered this place in internet and decided to visit it. We were welcomed by a very charming young lady, who was very helpful, kind and professional. She recommended us the combined ticket, because of the better rate. There are two Trakart locations very close...More
When using the underpass under the Tsar Boris III Boulevard - going from my accomodation in Old Plovdiv to the restaurant area in the newer part - I saw this 'Cultural Center Museum Trakart', which I went to visit. Just a few hours before I...More
A bit out of the central Plovdiv tourist circuit, the Trakart Museum houses Roman-era mosaics in situ in a small display. There was also, during my visit, a display of glass artwork as well (not sure exactly how and why those two things fit together)....More