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Open-air arts gallery, village of Krepost

village of Krepost in Haskovo, Bulgaria
Unique wall paintings by the brothers Hristo and Pancho Panev (both painters) decorate all public buildings in the village of Krepost, Dimitrovgrad Municipality. That's why the village is known as an "Open-air art gallery" and local people have every reason to be proud of the works of the two brothers who painted the walls of the village school, the mayor's hall, the community centre, the health service, the chapel and the church. Their paintings can also be seen on the walls of their native house. 

INTERESTING FACTS

Hristo and Pancho Panev painted their first mural in 1997 guided by their strong patriotic desire to revive and donate something to their birthplace. Their idea was warmly received by all locals and they worked zealously for years. 
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