Fresh mountain air, lushness, century-old woods,
crystal-clear rivulets, modern architecture elegantly blending in with
the stunning beauty of Revival houses - Tryavna is synonymous with all
these. Even today the town emanates the spirit of its forefathers - famous
builders, woodcarvers and icon-painters. The old town has been declared
an architectural reservation, which has approximately 140 monuments of
Revival architecture within its bounds.
has the only truly authentic Revival town square architectural set preserved
in Bulgaria. In addition to the other major public buildings of cultural
significance, Dyado Nikola Square hosts the Clock Tower, built in 1844.
The Tower and the Hunched Bridge built in 1845 are the most prominent
landmarks of the town.