National Museum "Vasil Levski"

National Museum "Vasil Levski" 

Rise from the ashes more than 70 years and today birthplace of the Apostle greets pilgrims with their hospitable doors open from morning till night. Hidden behind a white wall, nestled in the box tree and vine, and if the house is now arranged by the caring hand of her hostess - as ever, covered with colorful rugs Karlovo, lined with copper and pottery, with the camp, pulley, dye with braids. A place where every Bulgarian comes as a pilgrimage, as a Sacrament. Here, on 18 July 1837. was born Vasil Ivanov Kunchev - Levski, grew up as a talented organizer of popular struggle, as founders of the Bulgarian national liberation movement, the largest organization in history. Empty for long, desolate, home of the Apostle also collapsed in the years around the Liberation of Bulgaria. Was restored in its original form in 1933. Thanks to public initiative, the enthusiasm of Karlovo, relatives of Vasil Levski, Karlovo of friendship and the National Committee "Vasil Levski" in Sofia. Open as a museum in 1937., Home of Vasil Levski is one of the most visited memorial museums in Bulgaria, an integral part of the imagination of every Bulgarian Apostle of Freedom.

 

It is a place to store valuables, documents and works of art, a natural center for research and creativity. birthplace of the Apostle of Bulgarian freedom Vasil Levski in Karlovo is situated on the road to Sopot. Today, every visitor to the National museum "Vasil Levski" may consider besides their own home and yet the Apostle: - exhibition hall of the museum, which shows the material devoted to birthplace and family of Vasil Levski, his life and his role in national liberation struggles of the Bulgarian people during the XIX century, the image of the Apostle in the works of generations of Bulgarian artists. - Hall for temporary exhibitions, in which a wax figure of Vasil Levski.

 

 

 

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