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Ethnological museum

Kuyumdzhioglu`s House ,an Ethnological museum – It is one of the most remarkable Revival houses which is preserved in our lands it is the home of the Plovdiv merchant, Argir Kuyumdzhioglu. It was built in 1847. It reflects the taste of the rich Plovdiver. Thr building`s living area is 570 square meters and it consists  Continue reading »

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Nedkovich`s House

This remarkable Revival home was built in 1863, entirely in the style of the European classicism. Yet, some foreign explorers have a good reasons to compare the building  to an Italian Palazzo from the Renaissance. Its owner was the famous merchant and Revival social figure, Nikola Nedkovich. The forefront of the house is richly decorated  Continue reading »

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Museum of the Unification

The Union Museum – The museum exposition ” Union of Bulgaria, 1885″ is placed in the close proximity of the Union Square. It is situated in the building that served the Regional meeting of Eastern Rumelia (an autonomous province of the Ottoman Empire). The building housed the National Library of Plovdiv after the Union of  Continue reading »

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Historic Museum – the “Revival” exposition (in Georgiadi`s House)

The historic museum of Plovdiv is presented with four big departments founded in different years and unified in 1993. They trace back the historical past of Plovdiv and Plovdiv Region from the early Ottoman period (15th to 17th century) up to the present. “The Bulgarian Lands from 15th to 19th Century and the Bulgarian National  Continue reading »