Nedkovich House


This butterscotch-coloured 1863 mansion has a leafy courtyard and a marble fountain. Its interior design showcases the European classical and baroque styles favoured by its former owner, a moneyed merchant from Karlovo.

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1. Regional History Museum

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Plovdiv's Historical Museum concentrates on the 1876 April Uprising and the massacre of Bulgarians at Batak, which directly led to the Russian declaration…

2. Church of Sveti Konstantin & Elena

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This is Plovdiv’s oldest church and one of its most beloved. Dedicated to Emperor Constantine the Great and his mother, Helena, it was built on the spot…

3. Permanent Exhibition of Dimitar Kirov

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Housed in a grand old-town mansion where Plovdiv's budding artists worked in the 1960s, this special place celebrates the life and works of Dimitar Kirov,…

4. Sveta Nedelya Church

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Built in the mid-17th century, Sveta Nedelya Church hovers on the eastern edge of the old town. Most noticeable is its elegant 16m tower. Inside, discover…

5. Ethnographical Museum

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Even if you don't have time to step inside, it would be criminal to leave Plovdiv's old town without glancing into the courtyard of this stunning National…

6. Icon Gallery

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This small museum beside the Church of Sveti Konstantin & Elena has a sublime display of icons from the 15th century onwards.

7. Zlatyu Boyadjiev Gallery

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Get two famous Bulgarians for the price of one at this tasteful National Revival–era mansion. Seventy-two paintings by Plovdiv native Zlatyu Boyadjiev …

8. Atanas Krastev House

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Close to Nebet Tepe hill, this late 18th-century house was the residence of local painter and conservationist Atanas Krastev until his death in 2003…