Historians believe that Cherepish Monastery was set up during the Second Bulgarian Kingdom. It was destroyed and rebuilt several times.
During the revival period, the monastery acted as a spiritual and cultural center. It played an important role even during Bulgaria’s socialist regime.
The monastery church was created in 1612 and still preserves exceptional wall paintings and wood carvings.
Cherepish Monastery offers accommodation and its kitchen prepares delicious traditional dishes. The monastery has the capacity to accommodate up to 35 tourists at a time.
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