Karavelov House

Lonely Planet review

Karavelov House was occupied by the parents of the eminent Lyuben Karavelov (1834–79), a journalist and printer who worked for expatriate Bulgarian revolutionary groups based in Russia, Serbia and Romania. He was also the first chairman of the Bulgarian Central Revolutionary Committee. A printing press where various seditious newspapers of Karavelov’s were produced is among the exhibits. The three separate buildings were constructed between 1810 and 1835.