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The Renaissance Ethnographic Complex “Saint Sofronius Vrachanski”, VratsaCod 2697

The ethnographic renaissance complex “Saint Sofronius Vrachanski” covers a surface of 5, 5 acres, on which there are three houses in the typical renaissance architectural style for this region and two public buildings from the same period – the house of the family Hadzhitoshev and the house of Ivan Zambin, the building of the renaissance school “the Ascension” and the “Holy Ascension”. All these have been declared historical architecture monuments.
The construction of the complex is executed in stages. In the year 1976 it is opened to the visitors the museum – house “Dimitraki Hadhitoshev”.
After the finishing of the re-conditioning works of the construction at the middle of the years ’80 there were prepared for the opening the exhibits of the Renaissance School “The Ascension” and the house of Ivan Zambin by Grigor Naidenov, “The Holy Ascension of God” and there were built spaces and a special shelter for the exhibit of the traditional vehicles and agricultural devices. The official opening of the complex will be made on the 25th of May of the year 1986.
The exhibit “Saint Sofronius Vrachanski”, shows the most characteristic of the traditional popular cultures of the population from Vratsa, the regional differences and the unity of the popular Bulgarian cultures. Built on the historical sequence in the posting of the processes and of the ethnographic events, in a chronological order, they cover the period from the middle of the XIXth century and the first decades of the XXth century.

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