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Published on 2017-10-26

"ARTISTIC GALLERY - VASIL KRAPCHANSKI" The "Art Gallery - Vasil Krapchansky" was opened on May 31st, 2013. The fund contains 66 paintings by 25 artists, collecting, storing and exhibiting the artwork of Saparevo and other prominent artists.Currently, the Gallery's Genre Gallery includes: paintings, landscapes and watercolors. Paintings of Vasil Krapchansky, Vassil Valev, Maria Raicheva, Antonia Mitsova,
Ethnographic Museum, Sapareva Banya

Published on 2017-10-17

Bulgaria, Kyustendil districtThe Ethnographic Museum in Sapareva Banya houses a medium-sized collection in the downtown area. Read more The daily life items were gathered by the local community. The collection was arranged under under the Market of Traditions project, funded by the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation and the Foundation for Local Government Reform. Zafirka Baydzhikova was particularly
Church of St Nicholas, Sapareva Banya

Published on 2017-10-17

The Church of St Nicholas (Bulgarian: църква „Свети Никола“, tsarkva „Sveti Nikola“) is a small medieval Eastern Orthodox church in the southwestern Bulgarian town of Sapareva Banya, which is part of Kyustendil Province. Originally either the property of a local notable or attached to a larger church, it was constructed anytime from the 11th to the 14th century.The church was


Bansko is a town in southwestern Bulgaria, located at the foot of the Pirin Mountains at an elevation of 927 m above sea level. It is a popular ski resort.The archeological traces of the inhabitants of Bansko and the Razlog Valley in general date to the early periods of the Roman Empire. There are several housing structures at the outskirts of the town, which date to 100 BC. However, there is no consensus
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Сапарева баня се намира в България и е място с минерална вода и плувни басейниСапарева баня е отворена целогодишно от 6:30 сутринта до 8 вечерта.ако се чудите да посетите, можете да се насладите на горещата минерална вода в

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    Monastery "St. Stefan"

    Monastery "St. Stefan"

    It is situated on the right bank of the Dzharman River on the Dyuganitsa ridge (meaning a place for hunting falcons) in the Northwest Rila, about 3 km southeast of the town of Sapareva Banya.

    It was founded during the Second Bulgarian State. Monastery, reported in the Turkish court decision of June 26, 1750, called "Svetovitsa or Stoica." The same is noted that "when our country was conquered by Islam, our monastery has served as a church and a religious home." Therefore, there is pre-Turkish enslavement. "
    It also worked during the Turkish slavery when it was burned down several times. He was visited by many cheti detachments, as well as by the Bulgarian national revolutionary Vasil Levski. During this period, the monastery reached 30, and the monastery was not only a center of haidout, but also a center of literary activity led by the Rila Monastery. For this he gives the name of the place Dyak over the Obesen kamik, where in the former church "St. Spirit "deacons (deacons - church officers) copied old church books, and in the" Silver "area there was a defensive tower with bells, which, in the danger of attacks, signaled to protect the monastery.
    It was rebuilt in 1924 by Teodosi Mladjov, a grandfather, as reported by OIM-Kyustendil. Residents also pointed out that the Dupnitsa family had helped build their memories of their son, who died during the First World War.
    The icons were placed at the time of Ekzarh Stefan 1927.
    Close to the Monastery is the Ayazmo, beneath the riverbank with water, which heals eyebrows.

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