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House of Georgi Danchov – Zografina

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Danchov’s House, which is located in the Old Town, is a cultural heritage site of national significance. The house is representative of the asymmetrical Plovdiv house with its beautiful wood carved ceilings. It was built in the late XVIII century and after the Liberation the famous Bulgarian painter and photographer Georgi Danchov – Zografina lived in it, who was a well-known revolutionary, associate of Vasil Levski, Diarbekir exile and volunteer during the Liberation War.

The house was restored using authentic technologies within a joint project of the Chambers of Crafts in Koblenz and Plovdiv Municipality. The project was funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development.

  • Historical period

  • Renaissance


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