Tour to Starosel and Hisarya

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Starosel was an ancient Thracian village during the 5th century BC. The Thracian complex there, discovered during excavations 12 years ago is the biggest one found so far. It has a mausoleum, made of stone blocks and the entrance is decorated. In the internal part there are also colored ornaments. On the Northern part of the temple there is a place for wine production. By visiting Starosel, you will have the opportunity to learn more about some of the most ancient inhabitants on the Balkan Peninsula. Hisarya is another interesting place that is worth to be seen. It is famous for its sources of mineral waters that were exploited since ancient times. during the 1st century a Roman city appeared there. After Christianity was declared as an official religion, Hisarya became an important religious center. Ten churches from the early Christian period were discovered there. This tour gives you the chance to go back in the distant history and to get closer to reality of our ancestors.
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