Brief town history
In the 5th century BC, the Greek colony Byzone was established on the site of present-day Kavarna. Four centuries later, during a major earthquake, part of the town, along with the rocks it was built on, collapsed into the sea. Historians and researchers claim that there are still remnants of it at the sea bottom.
Byzone was rebuilt and flourished until the 7th century. At that time, Slavs and Proto-Bulgarians came to live in these lands. They destroyed the town and built their own one in its place and called it Karvuna. The town has had its rises and falls, but it still exists today.
Many historical and architectural monuments from different periods are preserved in Kavarna.
Hristo Gradechliev Art Gallery
The gallery exhibits paintings of Kavarna artists or canvases that show various themes related to the city. It has also works by Stoyan Venev, Georgi Bozhilov, Mario Zhekov, Zlatka Dabova.
The convent school, the centuries-old buildings, the old Turkish fountain, built next to the Turkish bath, which today houses the history museum, the two churches – Kavarna, is a wonderful place for a peaceful walk.
Tyulenovo and the Surroundings
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