The Ivanovo Rock–Hewn Churches were the most popular archaeological and historical landmark with tourists in Bulgaria’s northeastern Ruse District in 2017, the Ruse Regional Museum of History has announced.
The Ivanovo Rock–Hewn Churches and the medieval fortress Cherven, which was a very rich and important city in the Second Bulgarian Empire (1185-1396/1422), are at the top of the list of the most popular archaeological, historical, and cultural landmarks in…
The upcoming 2016 summer archaeological excavations of the Ancient Roman city of Sexaginta Prista in the Danube city of Ruse in Northeast Bulgaria are to research the eastern section of its fortress wall.
Universities and museums from Bulgaria’s Danube city of Ruse and Romania’s Black Sea city of Constanta are starting an EU funded project for creating “interactive visualization" of the Ancient Roman heritage of their respective regions.
The arcihaeological, historical, and cultural monuments in Bulgaria’s Danube city of Ruse, including the Ancient Roman fortress Sexaginta Prista and the large medieval Bulgarian city and fortress of Cherven, saw almost 20% more visitors in 2015 compared with 2016.
Archaeologists in Bulgaria’s Danube city of Ruse have discovered a ceramic head of ancient deity Dionysus, among other archaeological artifacts, during the excavations of a recently discovered section of a 4th century AD fortress wall of the Roman city of…
Archaeologists carrying out rescue excavations in Bulgaria’s Danube city of Ruse have discovered a previously unknown but perfectly preserved fortress wall of the Ancient Roman city of Sexaginta Prista.
The Ancient Thracian and Roman settlement and fortress of Sexaginta Prista (meaning “Port of the Sixty Ships") in today’s Bulgarian Danube city of Ruse was built on top of an earlier Ancient Thracian settlement. Archaeological research has proven that the…
An “Ancient Roman Market" event is to be held in the Roman fortress Sexaginta Prista in Bulgaria’s Danube city of Ruse for the 4th consecutive year as part of a Festival for Modern Urban Culture entitled “I, the City".
New information signs in Bulgarian, English, and German have been placed at the Roman fortress Sexaginta Prista in Bulgaria’s Danube city of Ruse as part of an international project entitled “The Roman Emperors’ Route and the Danube Wine Route".
Three men from the District of Pleven in Northern Bulgarian have been charged with treasure hunting on the territory of the Ancient Roman legionary base and city Novae located near today’s Danube city of Svishtov, Bulgaria’s Interior Ministry has announced.