One of the most precious monuments of the Bulgarian Revival architecture, built in 1856 for the needs of the rich merchant Nencho Oslekov. Oslekov was a participant in the April uprising of 1876. The house is famous for its beautiful wall paintings and wood carvings. The furniture of the house illustrates the environment of a rich Koprivshtitsa home in the middle of the 19th century.
The street was built in the first half of 18th century. It was a street full of tinkers and other craftsmen, together with their houses coming from Turkish period. Unfortunately, only some of those are preserved today and protected by the state. The street has recently become packed with cafes, a favorite site for the visitors.