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Not easy to find, but probably worth the trouble.

First of all, the museum is NOT easy to find. It's a low building, hidden behind a large hospital... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
DoctorJoeE
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North Caldwell, New Jersey
The most important archaeology in Europe not on UNESCO's list

You would not have heard about but, but this is documented as the oldest human settlement in Europe... read more

Reviewed 12 May 2018
Zhoro1
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Dalgety Bay
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Armeyska Str 20, Stara Zagora 6000, Bulgaria
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

First of all, the museum is NOT easy to find. It's a low building, hidden behind a large hospital. Most locals don't even know it exists, let alone where it is, and our GPS had a hard time finding it (though it eventually did). They...More

Thank DoctorJoeE
Reviewed 12 May 2018

You would not have heard about but, but this is documented as the oldest human settlement in Europe BY FAR. It contains the remains of a two-storey house some 8000 YEARS OLD! It has been housed in a wonderfully well-designed museum tucked behind the Stara...More

1  Thank Zhoro1
Reviewed 3 May 2018

I finally got here and wow, it was so worth it. The site is unique, everything is original and in situ, so fascinating and the most complete example of a Neolithic dwelling that I have ever seen. There is also a small but very enticing...More

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Reviewed 5 October 2017

What other location can you visit, where you will see the earliest preserved human dwellings in Europe? I have brought many foreigners here and they all are amazed.

Thank David L
Reviewed 14 September 2017

You're transported back 8000 years to a Neolithic family home. The museum was built on the actual site, which helps you imagine them cooking, sewing, making pots and sleeping. There's a magnificent collection of Neolithic objects too. I know of nowhere else like it. It's...More

Thank Craig P
Reviewed 31 August 2017

The museum is built around the excavations of one of the oldest and best preserved neolithic dwellings in Europe, comprising just two rooms: the main one with the excavated dwelling, and a smaller one in the basement, exhibiting various artifacts from the neolithic and bronze...More

Thank edysch
Reviewed 8 July 2016

It is a well preserved proof that 8000 years ago there was some kind of a town here, near to a copper mine, also there is a great collection of art from the time

1  Thank Nikolai N
Reviewed 21 November 2015

Very nice and polite usherers! Lovely souvenirs at hand. A peculiar but breath-taking spot in the middle of downtown.

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Reviewed 26 September 2015

The Neolithic Dwellings Museum in Stara Zagora displays finds that are extremely important for the history of mankind. It exhibits the two best-preserved Neolithic dwellings in Europe that date back to the 6th millennium BC, which also happen to be one of the first two-level...More

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