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I liked it. I liked seeing thee feel of Bulgarian house from the inside. I understand it was a house of a wealthy family, but still. Solid wine cellar in the basement. But since we were there on Sunday, Melnik and this museum was buzzing...More
The Kordopulov house in Melnik was built in 1754.
It is the largest Renaissance house on the Balkan Peninsula, which is preserved till nowadays. It was built specifically for the production, storage and trade of wine and belonged to the rich Greek family of merchants...More
In beautiful Melnik, located in a narrow valley between impressive sandstone cliffs, the traditional architecture of the 18th and 19th century has been well preserved. Now it is a village of about 200 inhabitants, but then it was a small, ethnically mixed town (as was...More
Kordopulovata kashta is the biggest house of the Bulgarian Renaissance and was the home of a wealthy merchant who was trading in wine with many European countries of that time. Very interesting is the fact that the merchant himself owned very little vineyards. He used...More