Karlovo, a small sub-Balkan town, can easily be called the "heart of Bulgaria", because what he has given to the country is invaluable and unsurpassed. It is not measured by money, greatness, power, but by the eternal and eternal respect, memory and love left in the minds and hearts of millions. And this legacy was left by only three Bulgarians - Vasil Levski, Hristo and Evlogi Georgievi. Of course, many others are the famous and revered Karlovci, but none of them can rise to the top three. And while the Deacon is a symbol of the struggle for freedom, the brothers are an example of the struggle for enlightenment. Having donated an unsurpassed fortune for the benefit of the family, which, of course, others have tried to steal, today their bodies rest in a family tomb in Bucharest. A small part of their donations were made for the construction of a fabric factory and a technical school attached to it in their hometown. Perhaps this is the basis of the motifs engraved in the stones of the cobbled streets of national embroidery, marking the boundaries of an exclusive architectural reserve, located among fields of roses at the foot of the majestic Stara Planina. Here every stone is a piece of history, every house carries the spirit of grandeur, and the beauty and closeness of nature, as well as the distance from the hustle and bustle of big cities create an atmosphere of tranquility and harmony.