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Archeological Museum “Veliko Turnovo – the capital of Bulgaria ХII – ХIV century”

Archeological Museum “Veliko Turnovo – the capital of Bulgaria ХII – ХIV century”

he Archaeological Museum in Veliko Tarnovo keeps the most precious findings of the archaeologists, preserving information about the way of living in the region of Veliko Tarnovo from the Ancient times.

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Sts Archangels Michael and Gabriel's Church

Sts Archangels Michael and Gabriel's Church

The church comprises a naos, an altar, a women's section and a chapel of St. Paraskeva. It was built in several constructing stages which lasted for two centuries.

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The House of Konstantsalievs

The House of Konstantsalievs

The House of KonstaThis house was built in 17th century. It was reconstructed several times in the following century and from then on nothing has been changed up to our time. It belonged to a rich merchant Atanas Konstantsaliev hence its name.ntsalievs

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The museum of The Bulgarian Revival and the Constituent Assembly

The museum of The Bulgarian Revival and the Constituent Assembly

To the southwest of the Tsarevets Hill and in the immediate proximity of the Archaeological Museum is situated the museum of "The Bulgarian Revival and the Constituent Assembly ". Photos, original documents and materials, and veritable furnishings vouch for the history of the...

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The Nativity Church

The Nativity Church

The earliest church in Arbanassi is the cathedral of Nativity. It comprises a naos, a narthex (women's section),a gallery running on the North and on the West having a chapel at its eastern end, dedicated to St. John the Baptist.

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The “Holy 40 martyrs” church and the Great Lavra monastery

The “Holy 40 martyrs” church and the Great Lavra monastery

The church of the “Holy 40 Martyrs” is one of the most famous churches in Bulgaria, constructed and painted upon the will of Bulgarian king Ivan Asen ІІ to commemorate his great military victory over the Despot of Epirus Theodore Komnenos in 1230.

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