"The oldest gold in Europe:Treasures of the Varna Necropolis" presented by RHM-Varna will be for the summer season in the Archeological museum. There is a museum copy of the gold objects on grave №36 from the Varna chalcolithic necropolis, which dates from the middle of the 5th century BC. The tomb is a kenotap symbolic funeral where no human bones are found. Burial gifts are of clay, bone, kaolin, Mediterranean mussels, copper and gold. Gold objects from the tomb are 857 - bracelets, necklaces, appliqués in the shape of bulls of various sizes royal scepter, beads and many others.