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National Literature Museum
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The National Museum of Bulgarian Literature is founded on the 1 of January, 1976 with the task to “to search , collect, preserve, study, publish and display material and documentary monuments, related to the overall history of Bulgarian literature since the founding of the Bulgarian state to the present day and the future“. The museum has a literary archive and an organized research group. The literary house – museums in Sofia are included as branches of the NMBL and those in the province fall under its methodological guidance. On the 12 of March, 1992 the name of the museum is changed to National Literature Museum. Currently the museum includes a network of 13 sites - mostly house - museums of prominent Bulgarian writers. It’s activity is related to research and promotion of the literary heritage of Ivan Vazov, Petko and Pencho Slaveikov, Peyo Yavorov, Dimitar Dimov, Emilian Stanev, Angel Karaliychev, Nikola Vaptsarov and others.

Translation Yordan Georgiev - trainee