Wharehouse - Brothers Sivrioglu

This building was a merchant warehouse owned by the Sivrioglu brothers. They traded with fabric and colonial goods. The signboard on the house was written in French and Greek. In 1878 Veliko Hristov became a mayor of Varna. Georgy Velchev was made a chairman of the Varna Regional Court. Men from the Turkish, Bulgarian and Greek communities were elected to be Court members. The Regional Court of Varna was divided in two sections: criminal and civil. The Court included a chairman, an assistant-chairman, three members, a secretary, two assistant-secretaries, two clerks and three janitors. All of them were appointed by the Knyaz and the Minister of Justice, as well as by honorable members, chosen to participate in the court sessions. In 1880 one of the Sivrioglu brothers, Stefan, participated in the court sessions too. In 1881 the society of Varna was involved in the political battle between Liberals and Conservatives. The Conservative Party had fewer followers. Its purpose was to gain more support and to provoke discontent with the Liberal Party. On April 6th 1881 the Liberals won the elections with a triumph. Their success was due to the agitation among the Greek and Turkish population. There were 43 candidates who run for members of the Municipal Council. Sivrioglu was one of them, elected with 155 votes.


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Wharehouse - Brothers Sivrioglu

This building was a merchant warehouse owned by the Sivrioglu brothers. They traded with fabric and colonial goods. The signboard on the house was written in French and Greek. In 1878 Veliko Hristov became a mayor of Varna. Georgy Velchev was made a chairman of the Varna Regional Court. Men from the Turkish, Bulgarian and Greek communities were elected to be Court members. The Regional Court of Varna was divided in two sections: criminal and civil. The Court included a chairman, an assistant-chairman, three members, a secretary, two assistant-secretaries, two clerks and three janitors. All of them were appointed by the Knyaz and the Minister of Justice, as well as by honorable members, chosen to participate in the court sessions. In 1880 one of the Sivrioglu brothers, Stefan, participated in the court sessions too. In 1881 the society of Varna was involved in the political battle between Liberals and Conservatives. The Conservative Party had fewer followers. Its purpose was to gain more support and to provoke discontent with the Liberal Party. On April 6th 1881 the Liberals won the elections with a triumph. Their success was due to the agitation among the Greek and Turkish population. There were 43 candidates who run for members of the Municipal Council. Sivrioglu was one of them, elected with 155 votes.

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