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Todor Kableshkov (Тодор Каблешков) (13 January 1851 - 16 June 1876) was a 19th-century Bulgarian revolutionary and one of the leaders of the April Uprising. Born in Koprivshtitsa in a wealthy family, he studied in his hometown and then in Plovdiv between 1864 and 1867 and founded the Zora enlightenment society in 1867. He continued his education in Galatasaray High School in Istanbul, but was forced to return to Koprivshtitsa because of illness. He worked in Edirne as a telegraph operator in 1873 and was then a station master near Pazardzhik, where he engaged in cultural and educational activities. Todor Kableshkov's House - Koprivshtitsa - www.segadesign.com http://www.segadesign.com/360virtualtour/koprivstitsa/sega_panorama_koprivstitsa_4.html

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