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Landmarks in Dobrich

Yordan Yovkov Historical Museum (in the town centre). The Ethnographic House Museum  (in the centre of the town) is in one of the most interesting Revival houses (1861) and illustrates the living conditions, traditions, customs, crafts and culture of particular Bulgarian ethnographic groups emigrating from different parts of the country (the regions of Odrin, Kotel, Turgovishte, etc.). The Ethnographic Complex Stariyat Dobrich (Old Dobrich) (in the town centre, 37, 25 September Str., tel.: 058 29307) has preserved the authenticity of the arts and crafts of the region. Sixteen workshops operate in the area of the museum.  The Archaeological Museum (in the town centre, 2 General Gourko Str., tel.: 058 25491). The House-Museum of Yordan Yovkov (in the town centre, 4, General Gourko Str., tel.: 058 28159). The House-Museum of Adriana Boudevska. The Art Gallery (in the town centre, 14, Bulgaria Str., tel.: 058 28215, 29091) exibiting more than 3000 masterpieces of art - icons, paintings, sculptures, black and white drawings, works of applied arts. Military Graveyard Memorial Complex-Museum. The remains of an ancient Roman settlement (3th-4th centuries) in the central and eastern parts of the town.  The historical St. Georgi Church (in the centre of the town, 25th September Blvd.). The imposing monument of Khan Asparuh - founder of the modern Bulgarian state, and many other monuments. All sights that are open to visitors and have the following working hours: 8.00 a.m. - 12.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m. - 5.00 p.m. (Saturdays and Sundays are days off).

There is the Yordan Yovkov Theatre of Drama in Dobrich (in the town centre, 5 Bulgaria Str., tel.: 058 operator 863 extensions 25209, 25313) with big and chamber halls.

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