Dimco-Debeljanov House-museum

Interesting
The Dimco-Debeljanov House-museum nestles at the back of a garden shaded by imposing trees. The building, erected in 1830, and restored to its original state in 1957, houses a museum dedicated to the Bulgarian poet Dimco Debeljanov, born in 1887, who was also a translator (Anatole France, Molière). He lived in the house until he died in 1916 as a result of the war. Personal objects, photographs, original editions illustrating the life of the "poet of love" are on display together with a copy of the poet's funeral monument.

Useful information

Address : 

R. Dimco-Debelianov 6

Opening hours

closed Mon

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