Presents the flora, the fauna, and the human history in the Chirpan lands, chronologically. The earliest paleontological items are 290 million years old.
Contains more than 5000 items, collected for more than 60 years, which are fossils from different epochs.
One of the most impressive findings in the museum is the most well preserved skull of a deinotherium with its tusks (130 sm.) in the world.
The tooth of the oldest human (humanoid), from 7.2 million years, is considered to be the most valuable and world significant.
This unique finding became the reason for the scientific hypothesis, that the first man on Earth has emerged in the ancient lands around Chirpan.
Address: 4 Yanko Ivanov str., Chirpan
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