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The house is very beautiful with unique architecture and well-preserved interior. Our host was one of the Oslekov's heirs and gave us a very educational tour. We felt like we travelled back in time - very interesting!
This was the home of Nencho Oslekov who was a wealthy merchant who had the home built around 1853 by master-builders from the Smolyan School. During the uprising of the Bulgarians against the Turks in 1876, Oslekov manufactured wool clothing for the soldiers and aided...More