Tomb of Seuthes III, Kazanlak

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The Tomb of Seuthes III is located near Kazanlak, Bulgaria. Seuthes III was the King of the Odrysian Kingdom of Thrace from c. 331 to c. 300 BC and founder of the nearby Thracian city of Seuthopolis.

It is one of the most elaborate tombs in the Valley of the Thracian Rulers.

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  • Tomb of Seuthes III is one magical place! Go and enter there and take some pics! My pics are from 08th of June 2014.  more »
  • This tomb dates back to V century B.C. There were found very interesting and valuable artefacts like the bronze head of Seuthes III, a gold wreath, other gold objects, armors of a warrior and many...  more »
  • The tomb is well preserved and information can be found in multiple languages, at the entrance. The guide is helpful and will answer any questions. The tomb goes into a green hill and visitors can see replicas of the ancient artifacts found here
  • Not much to see, but you can feel the stones soaked with ancient tracean history. There is a replica of the Seft III bronze head found there. Also, the acoustics inside is great for singers.

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