Houses from the Bulgarian National revival period
Houses from the Bulgarian National revival period In Krumovgrad are preserved few old houses from the National revival period. One of them is the house of the Historical Museum. It was built in 1901 for a military club and has the characteristics of the late Revival period. It was used as a town council in 1912-1913. In 1971 was renovated and adapted for the needs of the museum. It is the only example in the town for public construction from the beginning of XX century. It was designated as monument of culture in 1982. Note: It is suitable for tourism but due to the present renovation works in the building, the exposition is temporarily removed.
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