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Historical


House-Museum Ilyo Voivoda

House-Museum Ilyo Voivoda
     The house was built in the seventies of the nineteenth century and after the Liberation to 1898 in it lived Ilyo Voivoda - one of the renowned figures of the National liberation movement.        The house was restored in 1979-1980, and officially was…
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The House of Konstantin Berovski

The House of Konstantin Berovski
     The house of Konstantin Popgeorgiev Berovski is a Renaissance house in Kyustendil, a cultural monument. It is next to the house-museum Ilyo Voivoda.        The date of the construction is not clear, but according to the planning scheme, the building was built…
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The House of Tonche Kadinmostki

The House of Tonche Kadinmostki
     The house of Tonche Kadinmostki is a Renaissance house in Kyustendil, a cultural monument. It is next to the house-museum Ilyo Voivoda.        The house was built in the 30s of XIX century. After the Liberation (1878) there lived Tonche Kadinmostki -…
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The House of Prokopiev

The House of Prokopiev
     The house of Prokopiev is the oldest preserved Renaissance house in Kyustendil. It was built in XVIII century. Its owner - chorbadji Davidko Yakovich was a settler from Sofia. The building has a ground floor and a floor with L-shaped plan. The ground floor…
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Medical House

Medical House
     The house of Ivan Lekarski, also known as The Medical House, is a Renaissance house, built in the 50s of XIX century.      It has a stone ground floor with a two-leaved front door and strongly protruded jetties over the entrance. The plastic…
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Do you know that:

  • the famous children's poet Vesa Paspaleeva is from Kyustendil.
  • two world champions in rhythmic gymnastics - Iliana Ilieva and Tsvetomira Philipova grew up and trained in Kyustendil.
  • first Bulgarian publisher, Yakov Kraikov, was born in Kyustendil.