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The Yellow School

The Yellow School – It is called this way because of its coloured forefronts. In fact, this was the first Bulgarian gymnasium. It was founded in Plovdiv in 1868 on the base of the famous eparchian school “St. St. Cyril and Methodius” and it was put in the new building, specially constructed for the purpose.  Continue reading »

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City Art Gallery

It was designed by Joseph Shnitter and was built in 1882. It has eight halls, which accommodate a permanent exposition of around 230 pictures, works of famous Bulgarian painters. They reflect the Bulgarian art development from the years after the Revival to the end of XX-th century. There is a special attention to the representatives  Continue reading »

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Artmind gallery

The gallery is located in a 1904 Neo-Baroque building in the center of Plovdiv. The permanent exposition in Artmind gallery presents applied art in the works of two contemporary Greek artists. The gallery is also open for private exhibitions of well known and young artists in the field of fine and applied arts. The unique  Continue reading »

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Cathedral Temple “The Holy Assumption”

Cathedral Temple “The Holy Assumption” -Antique Plovdiv, Metropolitan Paisiy Street and 6 Saborna Street. It is a main city temple  and parish one for the central part of the town, situated on the north of Dzhumaya Square. In IX – X century there was a church at that place. Its first founder was the noble  Continue reading »