The Old town architectural ensemble

Location: Kardzhali
The Old town architectural ensemble In the old part of the city is preserved a complex of old houses built in the style of the Revival period. They are located on St. Kliment Ohridski Str. and Ivan Vazov Str. The complex includes also the house of the architects and the house of the town’s artists (so called Kerimovata house).
The Suspension bridge, Lisicite village

Location: Kardzhali
The Suspension bridge, Lisicite village The only way to reach Lisicite village through the suspension bridge was destroyed by a water disaster in 1993. That necessitated its renovation that lead to the construction of a new bridge following modern technology. This is the longest suspension bridge in Bulgaria with distance between the two towers of 260m. It is constructed in the narrowest part of Studen kladenez dam in a very beautiful area.
The taps in Avren village

Location: Krumovgrad
The taps in Avren village The village of Avren is located in the southern part of the municipality and relatively close to the national boundary with Greece. The terrain is mountainous with nice mixed deciduous forest. Water spouts out from many places that explain the presence of over 30 taps. Almost every family has its “own” tap, built as a memory of a deceased relative or for health. The taps are beautiful, suitable for rest in the pleasant shadow of old trees.
The Wall of dam Kardzhali

Location: Kardzhali
The Wall of dam Kardzhali The dam wall is located around 1.5km from the last houses of Vazrozhdenci quarter of Kardzhali. It was built in the period 1957-1963 and is a unique for its time hollow arch-shaped construction. It is 103m high and 341m long. The dam lake is 20km long with volume of 532 millions m3. A water power plant is built under the wall with average yearly power output of 164 millions kWh.
The Watermills in Egrek village

Location: Krumovgrad
The Watermills in Egrek village In the area of the village are preserved few watermills with authentic architecture. Some of them are still working. They were constructed with cut out stone soldered with mortar. The roofs are covered with stone slates (tiklas). Wheat and corn grinding takes place from November to March when the river is at high water.
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