Traditional Design of Bulgaria’s Kovachevitsa Village

In 1977 the village of Kovachevitsa was declared a historical and architectural reservation because of its typical architecture. The typical two-storey and three-storey houses with protruding upper floors were built in the 18th century. The premises in which animals were bred and food was stored were on the ground floor of the typical Kovachevitsa house. The residential premises were on the second floor.


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