Modern data concerning the planetary nebulae (PNe) in the bulge, bar and disk of the Milky Way are used to study the chemical history of bulge. We show that the abundance pattern is similar for PNe in the bulge and Peimbert's type II PNe. We also found that the globular clusters (GCs), especially their metal-rich disk subsystem, form on metallicity maps a bar-like structure which parameters are very close to those for the Galactic bar. These results evidence an old age of the Galactic bulge and bar. We propose a scenario of the successive star formation in the bulge, bar and thin disk.