The Balabanov House was built in the 19th century by wealthy merchant and usurer, member of the tailors’ guild, Hadji Panayot Lampsha and ended up in the hands of the merchant of wood Luka Balabanov, whose name the house bears now. It exemplifies the symmetrical houses from the 19th century that were built aong the coast of the Bosphorus. The Balabanov House illustrates the world of the Bulgarian Revival period with the lavish wood- carved ceilings and the period furniture, but also illustrates the world of culture and art itself. Besides this, temporary exhibitions are organised in the house as well as conferences and small performances.
Art & Design History & Anthropology
November - March:
Monday - Sunday 9.00 am - 5.30 pm
April - October:
Monday - Sunday 9.00 am - 6.00 pm
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ulitsa Konstantin Stoilov 57, Plovdiv
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