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Ancient Roman Tomb Discovered by Accident in Medical University in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv - Archaeology in Bulgaria #AncientRome #RomanEmpire #Bulgaria

Ancient Roman Tomb Discovered by Accident in Medical University in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv - Archaeology in Bulgaria #AncientRome #RomanEmpire #Bulgaria

Ancient Roman Tomb Discovered by Accident in Medical University in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv - Archaeology in Bulgaria #AncientRome #RomanEmpire #Bulgaria

Ancient Roman Tomb Discovered by Accident in Medical University in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv - Archaeology in Bulgaria #AncientRome #RomanEmpire #Bulgaria

Ancient Roman Tomb Discovered by Accident in Medical University in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv - Archaeology in Bulgaria #AncientRome #RomanEmpire #Bulgaria

Ancient Roman Tomb Discovered by Accident in Medical University in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv - Archaeology in Bulgaria #AncientRome #RomanEmpire #Bulgaria

Ancient Roman Tomb Discovered by Accident in Medical University in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv - Archaeology in Bulgaria #AncientRome #RomanEmpire #Bulgaria

Ancient Roman Tomb Discovered by Accident in Medical University in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv - Archaeology in Bulgaria #AncientRome #RomanEmpire #Bulgaria

Puzzling Burial with Tortoise Shell Discovered in Ancient Roman Tomb on Medical University Campus in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv - Archaeology in Bulgaria #AncientRome #RomanEmpire #Bulgaria

Puzzling Burial with Tortoise Shell Discovered in Ancient Roman Tomb on Medical University Campus in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv - Archaeology in Bulgaria #AncientRome #RomanEmpire #Bulgaria

Puzzling Burial with Tortoise Shell Discovered in Ancient Roman Tomb on Medical University Campus in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv - Archaeology in Bulgaria #AncientRome #RomanEmpire #Bulgaria

Puzzling Burial with Tortoise Shell Discovered in Ancient Roman Tomb on Medical University Campus in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv - Archaeology in Bulgaria #AncientRome #RomanEmpire #Bulgaria

Puzzling Burial with Tortoise Shell Discovered in Ancient Roman Tomb on Medical University Campus in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv - Archaeology in Bulgaria #AncientRome #RomanEmpire #AncientRome #RomanEmpire #Bulgaria

Puzzling Burial with Tortoise Shell Discovered in Ancient Roman Tomb on Medical University Campus in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv - Archaeology in Bulgaria #AncientRome #RomanEmpire #AncientRome #RomanEmpire #Bulgaria

Puzzling Burial with Tortoise Shell Discovered in Ancient Roman Tomb on Medical University Campus in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv - Archaeology in Bulgaria #AncientRome #RomanEmpire #Bulgaria

Puzzling Burial with Tortoise Shell Discovered in Ancient Roman Tomb on Medical University Campus in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv - Archaeology in Bulgaria #AncientRome #RomanEmpire #Bulgaria

Puzzling Burial with Tortoise Shell Discovered in Ancient Roman Tomb on Medical University Campus in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv - Archaeology in Bulgaria

Puzzling Burial with Tortoise Shell Discovered in Ancient Roman Tomb on Medical University Campus in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv - Archaeology in Bulgaria

Roman Pillar Sostra Road Station 2

Roman Pillar Sostra Road Station 2

A Late Antiquity Roman Age building has been found during construction works in the southwestern Bulgarian town of Sapareva Banya. Photo: Darik-Kyustendil

A Late Antiquity Roman Age building has been found during construction works in the southwestern Bulgarian town of Sapareva Banya.

The Urvich Fortress is where the forces of the already feudally partitioned Second Bulgarian Empire repulsed the invading Ottoman Turks in 1371 AD postponing the Ottoman conquest of Sredets (Sofia) by nearly 15 years. Photo: Urvich.com

A team led by Bulgarian archaeologist Prof. Nikolay Ovcharov is starting on June its scheduled excavations of the Urvich Fortress, which dates back to the medieval Bulgarian Empire, and its monastery named after St.

Organization of the Large Roman Thermae in Ancient Odessos / Odessus, in Bulgaria’s Varna. Photo: Varna Museum of Archaeology

Archaeological Monuments from Ancient Odessos Hold Great Potential for Cultural Tourism in Bulgaria’s Varna, Museum Director Says - Archaeology in Bulgaria

Part of the ruins of the Large Ancient Roman Thermae in the Bulgarian Black Sea city of Varna. Photo by Extrawurst, Wikipedia

Varna Bulgaria Is Crammed With Places To Ogle And Admire: Roman Excavation In Varna,

The excavated ruins of the church of a medieval Bulgarian monastery discovered in 2014 by Prof. Hitko Vatchev at the foot of the Tsarevets Hill in Tarnovgrad (today's Veliko Tarnovo), capital of the Second Bulgarian Empire. Photo: Borba Daily

The excavated ruins of the church of a medieval Bulgarian monastery discovered in 2014 by Prof. Hitko Vatchev at the foot of the Tsarevets Hill in Tarnovgrad (today's Veliko Tarnovo), capital of the Second Bulgarian Empire.