Nesebar Archaeological Museum

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The edifice of the Nesebar Archaeological Museum

The Nesebar Archaeological Museum (Bulgarian: Археологически музей Несебър, Arheologicheski muzey Nesebar) is a museum located in Nesebar, a town on the Black Sea coast of southeast Bulgaria.


The Nesebar Archaeological museum is founded in 1956 and its first home was the Church of Saint John the Baptist, Nesebar.

In 1994 the museum was hosted in a new building, designed by architect Hristo Koev. The museum exposition contains cultural monuments from different ages of the history of Nesebar.


Coordinates: 42°39′32″N 27°44′2″E / 42.65889°N 27.73389°E / 42.65889; 27.73389