How did they pave the streets of Plovdiv?
25.09.2021 - 11:07
The cobblestones in Plovdiv came very late, although the city had enough granite and stone blocks were produced at the foot of its hills
In the 70s and 80s Stambolyan House became known as the House of Artists
We continue our walks in the Revival houses of Plovdiv with yet another jewel, which is extremely impressive for visitors
The Christian center is one of the oldest in the city under the hills. The first sanctuary was founded in 4th century
The pavilion was built by Licho Lichev in the late 1913
The impossible love becomes possible in The Corner house
One more of the jewels of Old Plovdiv
The most popular place for social talks in the Old Plovdiv
Do you want to be enchanted? Go to Klianti House!
The buildings, one by one, appeared at the end of the 19th century, and even today, walking through the narrow streets, some of which still paved, you can feel the smell of tobacco and sour cherries, just like two centuries ago.
The banker bought two houses in the district – one for seclusion with his Filippoupoli mistress, the other as an investment
The church was destroyed by Russian cannon in 1878 by accident. The first liturgy in memory of those who died for the freedom of Bulgaria was served in the temple
The religious temple has repeatedly raised disputes and clashes between citizens, but nevertheless, the building is still one of the most interesting architectural phenomens in the history of the city
The museum where they’ll treat you with liqueur of roses and anisette with 12 herbs