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Veliko Tarnovo - House - Near Lake
Price: 4000 €
This regulated plot with small cabin for sale is in the pretty villa area 10 min walk from imposing Kapinovski Monastery, 20 km from big dam Yovkovtsi, 23 km from beautiful mountain town Elena and just 17 km from the great historical center â€“ town of Veliko Tarnovo.
area: 30 sq m floor: 1 garden: 1000 sq m
|This is a truly stunning plot up in the mountains, about 17 km from Veliko Turnovo and just opposite the Kapinovski monastery. The cabin is basically two rooms (30 sq m in total) and there is no bathroom or electricity or water connected, but these services do go to the next door plot so could be connected fairly easily. Access is by a track road in use all year round. Mountain river Vesselina is forming two poola nearby with excellent swimming conditions, there is fascinating view to the monastery from the plot.
But for a 'getaway' with magnificent views to the monastery, river at the bottom of the mountain with pools for swimming in and a restaurant close by, it is just perfect
The plot is 1000 sqm in total with fruit trees. It is the last building and regulated plot and next door is only a small summer house as well. It is ideal for building of a holiday house/villa or for permanent retirement. This is for those seeking peace and quiet.
The big dam Yovkovtsi is only 20 min drive away and offers great conditions for fishing, picnics, camping and waterspouts. Common fish is carp, big head carp, perch, pike, rudd, etc.
Monastery of Kapinovo
The "St. Nikola" Monastery of Kapinovo lies at the foot of the Elena Balkan, near the Vesselina river. This is one of the biggest monasteries in Bulgaria and is an interesting monument of architecture from the period of Bulgarian National Revival. In the east wall of the monastery, there is an inscription indicating that the monastery was built in 1272. During the Turkish yoke, the monastery was destroyed and later restored several times. In 1835 masters from the town of Dryanovo reconstructed the monastery church, and Papa Vitan - a master from Tryavna, painted the big icons of the iconostasis. The whole west wall of the church represents scenes of the Doomsday and is one of the richest compositions in Bulgaria. It was painted by Joan Pavlovich, an artist from Razgrad.
In 1856, the old walls of the monastery were destroyed and the two brothers Horozov from Elena constructed massive two-storied residential buildings. The exterior is 8m high, 1.5m thick and made of stone, and this makes the monastery imposing.
When restoring the monastery in 1856 paintings of the two brothers St. St. Cyril and
Methodius were put up above the entrance door. An unknown artist painted the interior walls in the chapel, built in 1864. Among his paintings are portraits of Famous Bulgarian spiritual and literature activist - Ivan Rilski, Theodosii Tarnovski, Patriah Evtimii, and Ilarion Maglenski. The strongest impression makes the portrait of the two brothers Horozovi.
As far back as the beginning of the Bulgarian national revival, the monastery served as a cultural center. In 1794, father superior of the monastery became Pope Stoiko Vladislavov, later known as Episcopate Sofronii Vrachanski. He was a custodian to the transcript of History of Slavic Bulgarians, from Paisii Hilendaski. In the close proximity of the monastery there is a deep pool, a favourite place for bathing and bivouacing in the hot summer days.
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