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Park Museum "Vladislav Varnenchik"

Varna, Bulgaria
4.3 / 11
The memorial complex erected in honor of the national hero Vladislav Varnenchik (Vladislav III Jagiello) - the Polish-Hungarian king who died in the battle of 1444, when the combined army of Bulgarians, Czechs, Hungarians, Bosnians, Croats, Poles and Romanians tried to stop the Turkish invasion Ottomans to Europe. The museum was created in 1924. On the territory of the complex is the Jagailo Mausoleum, but the body of the king himself is not there.
Address:булевард „Ян Хунияди“ 1, Варна
Phone:+359 52 740 302
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: 09:30–17:00 wednesday: 09:30–17:00 thursday: 09:30–17:00 friday: 09:30–17:00 saturday: 09:30–17:00 sunday: Closed


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Transport Consult

Еxtraordinary and interesting historical place! Highly recommend it!

Nelson Franks

The park and museum are located about an hour away from the city center by foot. It's a lovely park, but unfortunately, there really isn't much there... Read more »

Lyuben Petkov

Very nice little park, some interesting historical reminders and the exposed artefacts really helps to recreate the picture of the real battle. It is .. Read more »

Przemyslaw Kowalski

Awesome to see part of history. What was amazing, staff speaks Polish ?

Nataliya Andreeva

The museum is small, but rich with historical artefacts. The park is also not very large, but it is clean and well maintained. A nice place to relax f.. Read more »

Vladimir Ivanov

Meticulously reproduced armor, but very small museum.

Moje Ime

Apparently Varnenčik is very important to people of Varna. The name Varna comes from his name. BUT you won't find out that at the museum because the s.. Read more »

Brusturean Vasile

It's nothing special for normal people, but if you are passionate about history, you will enjoy spending few hours here

Стоян Господинов

Perfect place for walk. Beautiful park!

Zoltan Harcsa

If you visit Varna, it worth a visit to this museum. Especially if you are a hungarian tourist, as one of our king died here centuries ago.

Joanna Tutro

Lovely park and museum, remembering Vladislav Varnenchic, bit of the history. It is suitable for adults and kids