The next place of interest of special importance is the Vladislav Varnenchik Military Memorial Complex, located in a beautiful natural park close to the beginning of Hemus highway. The site can be reached by buses No. 22, 209, 118 and trolley bus 82. The Vladislav Varnenchik Military Memorial Complex is dedicated to the battle of 10th November 1444 near Varna between united Christian armies lead by the Polish-Hungarian king Vladislav III Yagelo and the Transylvanian leader Yanosh Huniyadi and the army of the Turkish sultan Murad II. The permanent exhibition presents: original weapons and accouterments, found in the battlefield and copies of weapons and accouterments, donated by military museums in Poland, Hungary, Romania and the Czech Republic; a hall dedicated to the Hungarian leader Yanosh Huniyadi; symbol heraldic; an exhibition of photographs and objects dedicated to the chairman of the committee which built the museum Petar Dimkov, which tells of its career as officer and famous naturopath; a mausoleum of Vladislav III Yagelo; a command post of the Turkish sultan Murad II; a monument to Vladislav III and the warriors who fell in the battle; symbolical sarcophaguses of the dead warriors.
Address: Varna 9000, 3 Yanosh Huniadi blvd, tel./fax: + 359 52 / 440 302
Working hours of the site: All year round: 9.00 - 17.00 h., works on all days
Lecture 1: Thracian tombs and ceremonial tomb funerals
Duration: 20 min.
Lecture 2: The naturopath Petar Dimkov – Cosmicus Bulgaricus
Duration: 40 min.
Lecture 3: Memorable Battle of Peoples – Varna 1444
Duration: 60 min.