Kordopulov House

Local nameКордопулова Къща
LocationBlagoevgrad, Bulgaria

The Kordopulov House is a large Bulgarian National Revival house in the southwestern Bulgarian town of Melnik. It was built in 1754 specifically for wine production and was bought by the rich and known Greek merchant Manolis Kordopulos. The house, possibly the largest of its kind and period, is located in the town's eastern part and consists of a ground floor that includes a wine cellar, a semi-basement for economic needs and a bay floor intended to be inhabited.

While the lower row of 12 windows is typically Bulgarian in style, the higher one is a mix of Venetian and Ottoman architecture and is made of Venetian glass, making the house unique in Bulgaria.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kordopulov_House

Official Website http://www.kordopulova-house.com/

Facebook http://www.facebook.com/kordopul.house

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Coordinates 41°31'23.465" N 23°23'53.719" E

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