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Arbanasi is an outstanding monument of the Bulgarian history and the Revival culture. There are numerous attractive sights within the village and in the surrounding area that would definitely  be interesting for everyone. A stroll in the center of Arbanassi will delight you with the amazing old houses, which were built during the Revival period. They are a real treat to the senses. Some of the most famous houses are: the Konstantsalieva’s house, the Hadjiilieva’s house, the Kandilarova’s house, Hadjinikola’s house, Chamurov’s house and others.
From Arbanassi there is a spectacular view to Tsarevets and Trapezitsa hills, which are among the most popular cultural destinations in the country.
Besides houses, there are some remarkable churches in Arbanassi and some of the most famous monasteries in Bulgaria are found in this region. Some of them are even located in Arbanassi such as Uspenie Bogorodichno /Arbanasi Monastery of the Assumption/ and Sveti Nikola /St. Nicholas/ Monastery. The churches of Arbanassi are famous throughout Bulgaria – Sveti Georgi /St. George/, Sveti Atanas /St. Athanasius/, Sveti Dimitar /St. Demetrius/ and Rojdestvo Hristovo /Nativity/ Church /. If you choose Arbanassi as your holiday destination, you must visit these amazing historical sites.
 
You can visit the following sites located near Arbanassi:
Tsarevets Fortress, which issituatedclose to the centre of Veliko Tarnovo .
Trapezitsa – the historic hill where the main church buildings of the old Bulgarian capital, the Patriarchate and the Patriarch's residence were situated .
Sveti Chetirideset Machenitsi /Holy 40 Martyrs/ Church - situated at the foot of Tsarevets fortress  in Veliko Tarnovo. In the church you can see some of the most significant old Bulgarian epigraphic monuments – Omurtag’s, Assen’s columns and the border column of  Rodosto fortress, which dates back to the time of Khan Krum.
Transfiguration Monasteryfamous for the mural "Wheel of Life" by Zahari Zograf. The monastery was an asylum for Matei Preobrazhenski, a renowned person from the Revival period.
The unique buildings of Usta Kolyu Ficheto /Master Kolyu Ficheto/  in Veliko Tarnovo - Konak, where the first Grand National Assembly was constituted in 1879, Hadzhi Nikoli’s Inn - one of the most interesting architectural monuments of the National Revival, Sveti Sveti Kiril I Metodii /St. Cyril and St. Methodius/ Church (1861), Sveti Spas /St. Spas/ (the Ascension) Church1862-1863, and Sveti konstantin i Elena /St. Constantine and Helena/ Church (1872) and the House with the Monkey (1849, located in the town centre), which was given this name because of the figure of a sitting monkey on the ground floor of the house.
Museum of the Second Bulgarian Kingdom in  Veliko Tarnovo
Veliko Tarnovo – The old town from the National Revival Period – the house of Petko R. Slaveikov, Sveti Nikola /St. Nicholas/ Church (1836), for the construction of which Kolyu Ficheto worked as a journeyman; the prison-museum (1862), where some of the most prominent Bulgarians, who fought for the Bulgarian freedom, were sent, such as Levski, Philip Totyu, Stefan Karadzha, Bacho Kiro; Kokona Anastasiya’s house (end of XVIII century); Stambolov’s Inn (owned by Stefan Stambolov’s family, the rebel Captain Nicola also worked there); Velchova zavera / Velchova Conspiracy/ monument located at the square with the same name.

 



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