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The Astronomical Observatory and Planetarium Copernicus is named after Nikolai Kopernik and was opened in 1968, making it the first astronomical complex in Bulgaria. The complex comprises an astronomical observatory, a planetarium and a tower with Phuko’s pendulum.

Science & Technology  Science & Technology Astronomy

Astronomical Observatory and Planetarium Copernicus
Primorskiy Park 4, p. k. 120
9000 Varna
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Opening hours

All year round every working day from 9:00, 10:30, 12:00, 14:00, 15:30

Admission

0+Free

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Location & Map

Primorskiy Park 4, p. k. 120, Varna

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