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“Unusual indeed”

Reviewed 20 August 2014 via mobile

Neatly kept as all (!) official archeoligical sites in Bulgaria. Would be nice to have a brief excursion though )

1  Thank Karin V
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Reviewed 21 October 2013

From a distance, the tomb looks like a small hill. Hard to believe that this has been intact for thousands of years. We spent 10 minutes here. No bathroom facilities.

1  Thank Dushi-NY
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Reviewed 21 August 2013

Took a little walk from our accommodation at Sunset Resort nearby and was very pleased we did!
The admission charge of 2 leva per adult and 1 lev per child was minuscule in comparison to attractions back in England. The architecture and history were simply stunning.
Information boards were in a number of languages (including English thank goodness!) that helped explain the tomb.
Well worth a visit.

2  Thank Andrew J
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Reviewed 6 August 2013

I was so amazed by the way this structure is still standing after being built thousands of years ago! The ceiling starts from the huge column in the middle and is shaped like a mushroom cap.
The most recent researches say it was a Thracian temple, built with bricks and stone. The column is hollow and reaches the very top of the structure, ending with an hole (now covered with a concrete cap for protection from rain and sand filling the temple).
Once in the area of Pomorie, you must definitely visit this place and see it for yourself. During the summer season it is opened from somewhere around 10 I suppose up till 18:00, without lunch break and working 7 days a week.
Entrance fee is 2 leva, guided tour - additional 3 leva. I strongly recommend the guided tour!
The temple is located in the outskirts of Pomorie, 300 m. from the main road Burgas - Pomorie, in the area where the big new hotels are built by the road. I was coming from Pomorie and there were enough signs indicating the place, and I suppose the same would apply if coming from Burgas.

4  Thank Tsvetana
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Reviewed 3 September 2012

The structure is amazing.Quite big and very deep-from the center it looks at least 2 times taller than from the outside.

1  Thank calipsomn
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