BEST MUSEUMS TO VISIT IN SOFIA, BULGARIA

Bulgarian residents highly regard museums as they preserve and keep the country’s culture and history. This is one of the main roles of museums all over the world. Bulgaria’s capital is home to almost thirty museums where travelers and locals can learn and relate to the ups and downs of the country’s history. Here are some of the best museums to visit in Sofia during your next visit.

The National History Museum

The national history museum features the famous Thracian gold and silver treasures which were found in the Bulgarian lands as well as those from Roman ages. It’s the biggest museum in the country and among the largest on the Balkan Peninsula. You’ll have more than seven hundred thousand exhibits to explore at this museum.

National Museum of Natural History

A walk into the National Museum of Natural History will give you more insight into the natural world as you ponder bears, tigers, and lions. There’s more to learn about the Bulgarian flora and fauna at this museum. From mammals and insects to plants and mineral resources, there are over one million exhibits to explore here. The museum covers the history of more than 120 years. It’s the country’s oldest museum

National Museum “Earth and Man”

If you love exploring mineral resources, this is the best place to be. The museum features one of the world’s biggest mineral collections. You’ll have time to explore more than 40 percent of the minerals in the halls.

Sofia History Museum

Sofia History Museum is another place you can learn about the history of the city. You’ll first understand how the city was chosen to be Bulgaria’s capital and read about ancient Serdica. The most interesting thing about the museum is the fact that you’ll be riding on a retro tram while experiencing the environment and atmosphere from many decades ago.

National Archeology Museum

At the National Archeology Museum, visitors can find out the different cultures and tribes that have lived in the present day Bulgaria until the eighteenth century. The museum is known for promoting the different cultural heritages in the country. Established in 1949, the museum unveils the country’s past piece by piece.

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4 MOST AMAZING ABANDONED BUILDINGS YOU MUST SEE

We often think that the most beautiful places to visit are beaches, museums, and wildlife. Ever thought of visiting hidden abandoned buildings? Of course, it doesn’t seem to be attractive. However, if you’re a true urban explorer, there are abandoned places that will give you a memorable experience and a whole lot of fun. One of the places to visit and see some of the world’s most spectacular abandoned buildings is California. Here’s a list of some of the most amazing and beautiful abandoned buildings you must see this year.

J’s Amusement Park

Despite being closed and abandoned, there’s much you can explore at this site. The amusement part was in operation from the 1960s to 2003 when it was closed but everything is still there including a Tilt-A-Whirl, a Mad Mouse roller coaster, and bumper cars. It still serves as a camping site.

Treasure Island Bowling Alley

The Treasure Island Bowling Alley in San Francisco is a man-made island that was used by the American military for years before it was abandoned. The island was used as a location for moving people and machines to the Pacific Theater during the Second World War.

The Bayshore Roundhouse

Initially built to serve as a place for freight engines, the Bayshore Roundhouse was abandoned after being used for more than seven decades. Though the building was ruined by fire in 2001, there’s so much to learn and explore at this place.

The Griffith Park Zoo

If you’re one of those people who love camping out at a horror site, the Griffith Park Zoo would be a great spot. The zoo was opened in 1912 and abandoned in 1966 when the Los Angeles Zoo was opened. It, however, still features a picnic area where you can have fun with your friends and family.

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