The Archaeological Museum displays fine collections from prehistory to Antiquity but, above all, it houses two treasures. The first of these, found in Vrana's necropolis, consists of weapons, objects and gold jewellery (4600-4200 BC). The second (4C-6C) comprises chased-gold jewellery, including exceptionally fine earings. The upper floor presents the main periods of Bulgaria's history, from 681 to 1878: 13C medieval treasure, 17C and 19C religious goldwork and superb icons. The works of the Triavna school should not be missed either.