The Architectural-Ethnographic Complex Etar in an open-air museum in northern Bulgaria. It displays the Bulgarian craftsmanship, culture, as well as customs.
Covering an area of over seven hectares, it has 50 exhibits including houses with attached workshops of craftsmen as well as water installations. It is the overall goal of the complex to illustrate the region during the Bulgarian National Revival, and the economy of Gavprovo during that period.
Lazar Donkov started the construction of the museum in the year 1963, and it was formally opened on the 7th of September, 1964. The park features typical Bulgarian revival houses having bay windows and two floors, as well as a clock tower.