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In the 14th century Ivanovo Rock Monastery was a centre of Hesychasm.
There are three churches in the monastery, the oldest one of which dated back to the 12th-13th century.monastery details Dragalevtsi Monastery was mentioned for the first time in the Vitosha golden-printed deed of the famous Bulgarian king Ivan Shishman (1371-1393).It revealed that the monastery had been established during the reign of Ivan Alexander (1331-1371), which means the period of the Second Bulgarian Kingdom.It is believed that the monastery was a part of the group of monasteries which arose in 14th and 15th century around Sofia.monastery details Dryanovo monastery St Archangel Michael is situated in the picturesque gorge of Dryanovo River , 4km away from the town of Dryanovo, 14km away from Gabrovo and 24km away from the historical town of Veliko Turnovo.monastery details The Etropole Monastery was established in the Middle Ages (1158).
It is famous for its limestone base due to the limestone with which the monasterys church was built.
At present, the Troyan cloister is a complex of a main church and residential buildings, as well as two chapels- St Nikolay the Miracle-Worker and St. monastery details The Klisura Monastery is hidden in the picturesque valley of Vreshtitsa river, at the foot of Todorini Kukli peak in the the western part of the Balkan mountain.
Klisura Monastery was founded in 1240 as at that time it was named Vreshetski.
The legend says that the holy cloisters existence may have been closely related to the name of the hermit Ivan Rilski, who had settled in one of the caves in the Varovitets region before choosing solitude life in Rila.
Nevertheless, the local people of Etropole declared the place holy and laid the foundations of the present-day monastery. Trinity monastery was one of the biggest literacy centres at Bulgarian lands in XVI and XVII century as the popular Etropole calligraphic and art school was established there. George the Victorious was established in the middle of 13th century by the Ukrainian prince Glozh who settled in the area of the present village Glozhene with the permission of the Bulgarian king Ivan Assen II.
He built there a monastery dedicated to the icon St.