Mayor’s House becomes a centre for youthful arts

The home of one of the mayors of Sofia – Hristo Popov in the heart of the capital will become a centre for youth art. The two-storey home of Rakovska Street, opposite the house of Yavorov, will host the first works of art in May, promise the heirs of the mayor who ruled Sofia between 1899 and 1901.


The house is a monument of culture. Apart from exhibitions and presentations of young Bulgarian artists in the home of Hristo Popov, there will be a place for a small exposition dedicated to his life. Besides the governor of the capital, Popov was also a minister in the government of Vasil Radoslavov.

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I love history, to walk through old cobblestone streets, to smell the air of the past times and to feel the legends in the air. And I'm lucky to have been born in a country with a glorious past and a lot of stories to tell. Bulgaria was founded more than 1,300 years ago and has never changed its name. But the life of people, their everyday habits, their traditions, their music and their art have changed over the centuries. I invite you to take a walk through the different ages of Bulgaria and to get to know it better.