Peyo Yavorov House-Museum
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Peyo Yavorov House-Museum information
The Romantic poet and revolutionary Peyo Yavorov (1878–1914) briefly lived in a small apartment here; the three rooms here have been restored to their original appearance, while ghoulish mementos include the dress Yavorov’s wife, Lora, was wearing when she killed herself in the study and Yavorov’s death-mask. Ring the doorbell for admittance.