Zhaba Mogila’s Thracian tomb is situated several km away from the town of Strelcha . Archaeologist Georgi Kitov discovered the tomb in the 70s of the 20th century. Archaeologists believe that a Thracian ruler was buried there. The burial ceremony probably took place much after the construction of the tomb. The tomb dates back to the 5th and 4th century BC. It suffered plunders but archaeologists managed to find some interesting artifacts. A chariot and harness were found there. The tomb’s entrance was also preserved and the stones used...
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