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Kamenna mogila (Stone Mound) rock sanctuary, village of Hlyabovo

village of Hlyabovo in Haskovo, Bulgaria
It is situated on the ridge, which separates the catchment areas of the Sokolitsa and Sinapovska rivers. It has good visibility to the north and to the central ridge of the Sakar Mountains. It is believed that an ancient sanctuary existed on the summit called Kamenna Mogila (Stone Mound). Close to the sanctuary a large number of Thracian, Macedonian, Celtic and Roman coins and fragments of household pottery have been found. The peak constitutes an enormous stone mass of chaotically scattered, peculiar-shaped granite blocks. Some of them have carved signs that have remained unexplored to this day.

The site is still little-known and poorly explored, yet a fascinating place to visit. Close by are also some of the well-known dolmens - Byalata Treva (the White Grass), Evdzhika, Kraleva Saya and others.



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