The building, which houses the exhibitions of the Museum of Urban Lifestyle, was built in the 60’s of the 19th century. It has housed the Consulate of Prussia. After the Liberation (1878) the house became a property of the rich trader from Rousse Stefan Kamburov – a notable citizen, a participant of the committee for the approval of the Bulgarian Exarchate in Constantinople (1870). In response to his invitation, in 1886 from Bucharest to Rousse arrived the Austrian paintor Charles Schausberg, who painted the walls and ceilings of the second floor, as it was fashionable at the time. The frescoes and the signature of Schausberg are preserved.
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