Open Doors Day 2023
Visit us during the Spring holidays 2023
Doors Open Day - 09/22/2022
After a two-year pouse, the archaeological team exploring the prehistoric salt-production and urban center Provadia-Solnitsata is again pleased to invite you to an Open Doors Day!
Provadia-Solnitsata prehistoric town, its researchers receive prestigious award
During the 10th ceremony of the annual awards in the campaign of Standard Media The Wonders of Bulgaria – the Wonders of the Decade, the prehistoric salt-production and town center of Provadia-Solnitsata was singled out as The Prehistoric Town of the Decade...
Visit of the Minister of Culture Boil Banov
In the recent years, Minister Banov has been actively interested in the archeological studies of Provadia-Solnitsata, as well as in the activities of emergency conservation of the stone defensive walls and structures dated back to the Chalcolithic. During his visit on September 27, he was greeted by the head of the research team, Corr. Prof. Vasil Nikolov from NAIM - BAS and was introduced with the latest scientific discoveries and the emergency conservation and restoration activities of the site.
Over 1600 visitors for Provadia-Solnitsata’s Open Day
On today's Open Day, over 1600 history and archeology enthusiasts from all over the country and abroad visited the prehistoric salt-production and urban center - Provadia-Solnitsata.
Thank you! It was a great pleasure for us!
Doors Open Day - 09/22/2019
Experience the mysteries of Europe's oldest city, the history of the oldest stone fortresses on the old continent, discover traces of ancient earthquakes. It will be a great pleasure for Us to present to you the story of the unique complex...
Visit of the Minister of Education and Science - Krasimir Valchev
The Minister of Education and Science Krasimir Valchev visited the prehistoric salt-production and urban center Provadia-Solnitsata. Corresponding Member Prof. Vasil Nikolov and his team presented to the guest the unique for the Balkans and Europe archeological complex from the 6th and 5th millennium BC. Minister Valchev was impressed ...