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Kirkovo School, Haskovo

Haskovo in Haskovo, Bulgaria
The Kirkovo School is a wonderful example of the Rennaissance architecture in the town of Haskovo and a national monument of culture. The building impresses with its extremely rich mural and plastic decoration. The four-column portico and the staircase railing lend a special solemnity and prove the aesthetic class of architecture during the National Revival period in Bulgaria. A natural continuation of the Kirkovo School is the exceptionally beautiful garden in front. It enchants visitors with its green trellis vines, the deep well, the exquisitely crafted boxwood tress and a myriad of flowers.


After it was attended by students for a long time, in 1952 Kirkovo school became the seat of the regional Museum of History, and by 1993 it hosted the exposition dedicated to the life and work of Haskovo-born world-famous scientist Prof. Dr. Assen Zlatarov.


Events from the two border regions

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Training on eTOURIST project in Greece
Training on eTOURIST project in Greece

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Promoting and developing the natural and cultural heritage of the Bulgarian-Greek cross-border region through smart and electronic instruments - eTOURIST

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