The house is a cultural monument. It was built by Dr. Rashko Petrov – one of the first Bulgarian doctors, graduates to study abroad. He was an ally and
supporter of Levski. It is said that Levski himself had visited the home of his
confidant. The temporary Russian headquarters after the Liberation of Bulgaria in 1878 was housed here for a short time.
Today the building has been restored and shines in its former style,
corresponding to the collection of eng. Dimitar Georgiev from exceptional works of fine art, and also the Revival motifs in the spacious halls are preserved in perfect condition.