hotel Bulgari - Montana
hotel Bulgari - Montana
Number of rooms: 12
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Places to see nearby» Historical museum – Montana
Historical museum – Montana
The attempts to preserve the cultural and historical heritage of Montana and the region started in the early 20th century. The historical museum in Montana was founded in 1953. Two years later the house – museum Hristo Mihailov was established in the memory of the revolutionist – patron of the town by that time. For nearly five decades a tremendous amount of work was done for collecting, scientific research and making popular the historical evidences. From 1968 to 1994 continuous archeological excavations were carried out. The researches not only provided new evidences for the development of the town through the Roman age, but they also reported settlers life in the present town’s area from the stone-copper age to the end of the Second Bulgarian Kingdom in 14th century. Researches of the material and the spiritual life on the territory of Montana were carried out through the years. Nowadays the museum has rich collections of movable cultural monuments. The following departments have been formed: Archeology, Ethnography, History of Bulgaria 15th – 19th century, Modern History, Latest History, Funds, Public relations and advertising, Immovable historical monuments. The museum has a workshop for restoration and preservation of antiques, which serves the museum collections of the entire region. There are 621 registered immovable historical monuments of national and local value, which are subject of continuous maintenance. For its over 50 years of existence the museum turned to be an important institution in the town of Montana and the whole region.
Montana Public Holiday – Sveti Duh (Holly Spirit)
The is also the public holiday of Montana – a Bulgarian town with a century-long history and rich cultural background. In the first millennium B.C., the fertile and picturesque valley of the river Ogosta was inhabited by Thracian tribes. A part of a Thracian fortress has been found under the level of a Roman fortress in Montana. Between 4-1 century B.C., the area was inhabited by the tribals. Later on, the region was conquered by the Romans and became a part of the Roman province Mizia. Because of the important geographical and economic location of river Ogosta’s valley, a Roman military garrison was founded here. Its name was first mentioned in the year 134 as “Montan Praesidiu”. Epigraphic monuments are the only ancient history sources providing information about the town. Etymologically, its name is related to the word “mons” – which means a mountain, and “montani”, which means mountaineers. Montana was officially acknowledged as a municipium in the year 161 during the ruling of the emperor Mark Aurelius. Its economic strength grew quickly. In 7-8th century, the Slavic people established the settlement Kutlovitza. In the middle ages, the town became an episcopal center, as well as an important economic and business area. In 1891, prince Ferdinand legitimate the town and it turned into a municipal center.<br /><br />
Antique Fortress Castra ad Montanesium – town of M
The antique fortress Castra ad Montanesium is situated on the Kaleto hill, in the southwestern part of the town of Montana, about 40 m above the level of the town. As a result of archeological excavations, a city gate and a big tower have been uncovered – a brilliant example of III – IV century fortress construction. Few more military and civil buildings have been discovered too, basilica and masonry from the Roman empire, buildings from the stone – copper age in the lowest cultural layers, as well as Slavic dwellings and a sanctuary. The fortress was destroyed in VI – VII century in one of the Avarian or Slavic raids. A Slavic village was later built over the ruins.
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