Sightseeings

Above the town rises the largest monument in the country of St. Ivan Rilski patron of Bulgarian people and protector…
The Archaeological Museum "Maritsa- Iztok" in Radnevo was established in 1992. Its main purpose is to organize and carry out…
Bulgarian poet and publicist, the main representative of expressionism in Bulgarian literature - Geo Milev was born on January 15,…
 Art Gallery Radnevo was opened for fans of fine art in 1982. It existed as a branch of Art Gallery…
 The priest Mincho Georgiev is a Bulgarian revolutionary Vasil Levski's companion, teacher, priest, author of the book "Vidritsa" and an…
In Radnevo there is "St. Ivan Rilski "church, built in 1873, an orthodox temple built in 1873 with donations and…
Essential for the appearance of the municipality is the municipal cultural center "Noncho Vodenitcharov" created in 1981 which has proved…

 

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