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In Revival house Mirkovic - a national monument of culture from the 19th century Bulgarian Revival, a permanent thematic exhibition "Old Sliven" was revealed.
In the 70s of the past century the cultural institution had Revival house "Mirkovich" donated . In 1974, the permanent exhibition "Old Sliven" was opened, initially located on the two floors of the building. At the moment, the first floor of the site is used for temporary exhibitions.
Sirak Skitnik Hall was donated to Dimitar Dobrovich Art Gallery in 1979, and during the next ten years it was used as an exhibition center. As late as 1990 the first floor of the building gets converted into the permanent exhibition - "Contemporary Bulgarian Art". The second floor continues to be used for temporary exhibitions. In 2005 the other permanent exhibition "Christian Art" was revealed.
"Uzunova House" is the first building donated to the newly established Cultural Institute "Dimitar Dobrovich" Art Gallery in 1965. In May of the same year an exhibition was opened. It was not until 1987 that the collection was presented - a donation by the writer and art historian Prof. Bogomil Rainov, representing the permanent exhibition of this object. The ground floor of the building is used for temporary exhibitions.