Other sights in Gabrovo
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Certainly one of Bulgaria’s more unusual museums is the House of Humour & Satire. This huge, ugly building has four floors, but ideas relating to humour run out by the 2nd floor – a fact that’s funny in itself. The upper floors contain unrelated art and fascinating masks from around the world. Most items are labelled in English; tours are in English, French or German.
There’s a small number of National Revival–period homes on the eastern side of town, immediately behind the dominant (but rarely open) Sveta Troitsa Church. If you want to fill in some time, the quaint Sveta Bogoroditsa Church is mildly interesting.