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Time Traveler's Trove: Delve into our History project that unfurls the rich tapestry of Bulgaria's history. Journey through time and relive the fascinating epochs that shaped this enchanting country.

The Karanovo System

Delving into the depths of Southeastern Europe's ancient past, the Karanovo System serves as an archaeological compass, guiding us through the intricate labyrinth of Neolithic and Early Bronze Age cultures.

The Iron Gates Mesolithic Culture

Embarking on a journey through time, the Iron Gates Mesolithic Culture encapsulates the vitality and ingenuity of early human societies, nestled in the majestic Danube Gorge, offering a fascinating glimpse into the dawn of civilization and the innovative survival strategies that shaped our collective human story.

The Starcevo Culture

The Starčevo Culture, also known as Starcevo-Körös-Criș Culture, was an early Neolithic culture that existed in the North-West region of today’s...

Karanovo Culture

The Karanovo Culture was a prominent Neolithic and Chalcolithic civilization in southeastern Bulgaria from around 6200 to 2000 BC. It played a...

The Vinca Culture

The Vinca Culture was a prehistoric civilization that thrived during the Neolithic period, between 5700 and 4200 BC. It was primarily...

The Hamangia Culture

The Hamangia Culture, thriving from 5250 to 4550 BCE, marked its presence in what is now Eastern Romania and Bulgaria, particularly...

Cucuteni-Trypillia Culture

Although not a central stage of the Cucuteni-Trypillia culture, Bulgaria houses intriguing archaeological traces that hint at the subtle influence of this remarkable Bronze Age civilization.

The Gumelnita Culture

The Gumelnita Culture, also known as Gumelnita-Karanovo VI, thrived during the Late Chalcolithic period (c. 4600–3700 BC) in present-day Bulgaria and...

Varna Culture

The Varna culture was a late Chalcolithic (Copper Age) culture that flourished in the northeastern part of present-day Bulgaria, particularly around Varna,...


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