hotel Trakia - Pazardzhik
hotel Trakia - Pazardzhik
Number of rooms: 30
In room: Bathroom, Telephone, TV
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Check-out time before 12:00
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Places to see nearby» May 21 - Pazardjik public holiday
May 21 - Pazardjik public holiday
Pazardjik was founded 5 centuries ago, in 1485. In 1934, the town was given the name of “Tatar Pazardjik” by the leader of the Tatars, who founded the town – Sultan Bayazid II. From a trade center, it gradually turned into an important economic and administrative center. One of the reasons for this was the fact that the road Istanbul – Sofia – Western Europe passed through the town. Many Bulgarians settled there and its ethnic image changed completely. It reached its zenith in XIX century. In 1865, the population of the town reached 25 000 people. Many churches were built in it in this period. The names of many important figures from the Bulgarian Revival are related to Pazardjik – bishop Dionisius Agatonikiiski, who established the first Bulgarian school in 1823 using his own funds, Hadji Tatyana – the first female teacher in the town. Vasil Levski’s first revolutionary committee was organized in There are over 150 cultural monuments in Pazardjik. Of all individual cultural monuments, 4 have the statute of architectural monuments of art of national importance: the church St. Virgin Mary, the house-museum Stanislav Dospevski, the house-museum Konstantin Velichkov, and the house of Nikolaki Hristovich. 14 km south from the town is located the place where Aleko Konstantinov died. 10 km easth from the town are the Besapara banks. Following archeological research, specialists found the major Thracian town of Besapara was once based in this place.
History Museum in Pazardjik
The History Museum in Pazardjik with its over 33 000 exhibits reveals the colorful historic past of the region as it was centuries ago till now. The exposition is situated in seven halls. The ethnographic exposure is situated in the biggest residential house in the city during the Bulgarian Renaissance. It has been built in 1850 by master-builders from the city of Bratzigovo in a baroque style. The first museum exhibition dates back in 1924. In 1978 the main halls inside the museum were separated. Then were established restoration workshop, special library and photo laboratory. Museum experts are still exploring local customs, culture and means of livelihood that have been typical for the different ethnic groups in the city of Pazardjik and the surrounding area. As the most interesting historic times are considered the Bulgarian Renaissance, the fights for throwing back the Ottoman yoke, the life and deeds of famous Bulgarians who were born there and the newest history. The History Museum in Pazardjik stores some really important exhibits from the Prehistoric Age, Ancient Times and the Middle Ages. There are also very nice collections of outfits, textile, ancient books, ancient weapons and armory.
May 12 - Official Holiday of Bratsigovo
The town of Bratsigovo lies at an altitude of 420 m in the West-Rhodope part of the Osogovo-Rhodope district, as the Umishka River runs through the town. It is situated 24 km south of Pazardjik, 23 km from Batak and 7 km from Peshtera. During the Bulgarian National Revival the town developed rapidly and the First monastery school was established here in 1831. Today Bratsigovo is a town with rich cultural and historical heritage. There are 9 mineral springs found in the region of Bratsigovo, showing exceptionally good curable features. Besides them and the picturesque scenery, the town attracts tourist with its great number of historical sites. Lots of traces left by Thracians, Romans, Slavs and Bulgarians may be seen here. The clock-tower of Bratsigovo, built in 1885 by the master Ivan Dragov, is the highest one on the Balkan Peninsula. There are six protected areas on the territory of Bratsigovo municipality. Bratsigovo lies near the famous Wondrous Bridges, Starosel, and the Bachkovo monastery. In connection with the April Uprising from 1876, the town of Bratsigovo has its public holiday on May 12. At the beginning of May the Uprising in the Fourth Revolutionary District was suppressed and drowned in blood. The leaders of the Uprising who survived the slaughters headed to the Balkan Mountains. On May 12 after being betrayed, Georgi Benkovksi was killed in the Teteven Balkan. It was only Bratsigovo of all insurgent Rhodope towns that survived the massacre.
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