A megalithic tomb dating back to the end of 2nd millennium BC. The facility was made up of large roughly shaped vertical gneiss slabs dug into the ground inside a preliminarily made trench. The northern side slab and the western transverse slab are well-preserved, the southern slab is half-destroyed and the eastern slab and the capstone are missing.
Dolmens are remarkable monuments of Thracian culture and are spread only in the mountains of Strandzha and Sakar, with a few also in the Eastern Rhodopes.
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