Oslekov House is particularly attractive with its colourful asymmetrical façade and corbelled upper floor resting on cedar-wood columns and garden. Built in the mid-19C by master builder Minco, it owes its interior decoration to Kosta Zograf. The rooms (carved ceilings, murals...), now house an Ethnographic Museum, which showcases objects of daily life, a kitchen with a typical fireplace, local lace (keneta), woven fabric, traditional costumes and furniture.
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