This museum is worth the ride out from the centre of Sofia to see the building, itself of considerable architectural interest. It houses a mixed collection of artifacts from the Bulgarian area, including some of the world-famous Thracian gold treasures. Don't expect, however, to see these, as they are not always on display. This November, the major finds were all elsewhere, with some shown as replicas. In fact, a visit to the Archaeological Museum in the centre of the city is more rewarding if it is the Thracian work that you wish to see.
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