The Historical Museum Vidin, sometimes shortened to "Konaka"-Museum (Bulgarian: Музей "Конака"), is located in a former Ottoman konak in Vidin, Bulgaria, and was founded in 1956. It is one of the cultural memorials of the region.
Originally the 18th-century building was used as the Home by Osman Pazvantoğlu and later as police office, and the central tower was a lighthouse. After liberation the building was reconstructed and enriched with elements from Bulgarian Renaissance architecture. In 1956, the building was used for a historical weapon show.
- Archaeology (departments Prehistory, Classical Antiquity and Middle Ages), located in Konaka
- Ethnography, located in the Krastata Kazarma (cross barracks)
- Bulgarian Lands 15th-19th centuries, located in Konaka
- Modern History
- Recent History
- Public Relations
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