Every five years Koprivshtitsa becomes a vibrant kaleidoscope of traditional costumes, songs and dances

Built in 1817, the Church of the Assumption is among the most valuable monuments of Koprivshtitsa

Cedar columns, European landscape murals and a lavish interior - the Oslekov House is a great example of the life led by the wealthy in 19th century Koprivshtitsa

Relatively simple in appearance, the Lyutov House hides an impressive interior

The home of the April Uprising leader contains many of his personal belongings, including a manuscript of his translation of The Count of Monte Cristo

Located on one of the hills of Koprivshtitsa, this almost humble wooden house is the birthplace of Georgi Benkovski, one of Bulgaria′s greatest revolutionaries

The home of Bulgaria′s most gentle poet is relatively modest in appearance, but retains many of his personal belongings

The home of two prominent representatives of the Bulgarian National Revival period - the brothers Lyuben and Petko Karavelov, is located at the very center of Koprivshtitsa