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Todor was born here in 1851 and his birth room is displayed within. It is a charming home with an ornate colourful facade and the upper storey extending over the courtyard wall.
He had a short life, dying by his own hand, captured after leading...More
This house is my personal favorite house there. The exhibition there is concise and has enough materials showing the life back then as well as documents and other stuff for the rebellion in 1876. If you can visit just one thing there I think this...More
This big and impressive house was built in 1854 for the grandfather of Todor Kableshkov. The house itself is an architectural gem, but the story shown inside is the most impressive one to follow. The young and passionate Todor was the leader of the "April...More
This house is where famous Bulgarian revolutionary Todor Kableshkov was born and lived. In 1876 during the uprising against Ottoman slavery, he wrote the Blood letter/written in his own blood/ and started the April uprising. Must visit it.
The attractive mountain village of Koprivshtitsa is worthwhile visiting for its traditional 19th century architecture, but anybody interested in the hîstory of the Balcans will also be fascinated by the fact that so many important figures of Bulgarian history and culture have their roots in...More
Todor Kableshkov's house, where he was born and which has been turned into a museum, is a must-visit if you go to Koprivshtitsa. There is a lot of information, both in Bulgarian and English, many facts and some of Kableshkov's belongings.
He is a great...More