The quiet village of Karamanovo is located in North-Central Bulgaria and is part of the Tsenovo Municipality. It is situated just 10 km south of the Danube River, 20 km from the town of Svishtov and 30 km from the town of Byala. Ruse is the biggest city in the vicinity – 62 km away.
The area itself is characterized by well-developed infrastructure and also a place of cultural heritage and historical significance.
Originally the village was founded by 10 Bulgarian families. Several of the apprentices of the most famous Bulgarian architect Kolio Ficheto, were among the famous residents of Karamanovo. They built the two historical fountains – the Cherkezski and Tatarski.
During 1952-54, a hunting lodge was built. The village has its own football team – Levski FC. Founded in 1946 it is an indispensable participant in the Regional Championship.
There are horse races held on “Todorov day” every year. The annual fun fair is held on the last week Sunday of October, or the first Sunday of November.
The property is located at the end of the village, from where views of green meadows and trees are opened. The house is one storeyed, with high ceilings. It represents a hallway, kitchen and two rooms. The yard is flat and maintained. There is a large barn with a shed and storage facilities.