The golden treasure of Nadsentmiclos is among the largest and most representative early medieval discoveries in Southeastern Europe. It will be exhibited at the National Archaeological Museum in Sofia from 7 April to 30 June 2017.
The exhibition is organized by the National Archaeological Museum together with the Museum of Art History in Vienna. The complete set of original vessels leaves Vienna for the third time and will be exhibited in the Treasure Hall of the National Archaeological Museum.
In connection with the visit of the golden treasure from Nadsentmiklos, the National Archaeological Museum also organized an accompanying exhibition "Pagan Bulgaria: Power and Society". The exhibition presents basic aspects of Bulgarian society in the process of its formation - social and cultural.They are illustrated by some of the most representative and impressive findings from the age of the First Bulgarian State.
The exhibition includes a number of museums in the country: RIM Shumen, AM Varna, RIM Silistra, RIM Dobrich, NIM, IM Radnevo, Veliki Preslav and RIM Haskovo. The exhibition can be visited from 7 April to 24 September 2017.