Hotel Boliarska Kashta

Arbanasi, Arbanasi, 5029, Bulgaria
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Landing pad for the rich and powerful.Landing pad for the rich and powerful.

Travel Tips for Arbanasi

Houses

by ger4444

An Arbanasi house is closed from the outside. The groundfloor is stone. At the first floor the walls are wooden. The interiors of the rooms are richly decorated with ornaments and wood-carving. the ceiling is wood-carving, cabinets, doors, plaster decorations of ceilings and friezes. The house has an open veranda, no balconeries and grids on the windows and covered gates. The basement is build from stone, having cellars and places to hide. Here the servants lived. At the second floor there is a drawing room, the room for the lying-in woman an oven and kithen, and bathroom. These rooms are located on both sides of the hallway where you get by a double staircase. The house was build on the idea that it was possible to stay inside as long as possible without goung out, except for getting water. Therefor the houses are surrounded by a high stonewall and an entrance, two big thick oak doors under a little roof. In the yard is a water well. The idea of having nearly fortifified houses could be a sighn how insecure the times must have been, as living in the old days. But this then, contradicts the documentary on the village as a wealthy place with flourishing trade, even with privileges under the Ottomans. I think it is just, like it is these days, a matter of protecting the private wealth. A very rich village, like a sort of premodern Beverly hills, large villa’s with high walls. Bullywood. NB, to be more specific. houses in Arbanasi come from 3 different periods, the discription above is about the 18 th century ones, however, you find these the most. There are a few other types, f.e. gouses without wood -- completely in stone.

Famous historical locals

by ger4444

Amongst the village most famous locals is Dragostinov, an outstanding man of the central revolution commission, main leader of the revolution district of Sliven. He did in a battle in 1876 in Vratnika. Another important local was Toma Kurjievi, a revolutionist who coordinated the Chervenovod squad.

an apart culture

by ger4444

Arbanasi has it own typical local costume, which divers from the rest of the country. The result of this particular own culture is the diverse character of the villages population, its economic past might, uts historical intensive contacts with many countries. This lead to an original culture, unique in its monuments, traditions, daily life end so on. It Greek language, education, Greek devine servance, but yet the populations support for the uprisal against the Ottamans make the place a cultural mix. Nowhere you see these streets, houses, scenes of murals.

Good Pair of walking shoes

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Arbanassi is a place you would want to doing alot of walking. Especially with so much to see. Remember to bring a good pair pf sneakers or comfortable walking shoes and some water. Digital Camera, anything over 6.0 megapixel

Cemerty

by ger4444

Wander along the Hadjilieva House, the St Demetrius Church and at the at the back of a scrappy garden near the Atanas Church. There is a cemetery at the top of the lane. In the garden you find 17 th. Century tombstones with greek inscriptions. Its a peaceful place

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