Sample of Thracian Village to be Constructed near Bulgaria's Tsarevo
An ancient Thracian village will be constructed near Bulgaria's coastal town of Tsarevo under the PHARE programme as part of Bulgarian-Turkish cross-border co-operation. The village would cover 17 000 sq m of land in the Dulboki dol region above a rocky sea coast, Dnevnik daily reported. The project would be realised with the cooperation of Turkish Pinarhisar municipality. The first stage of the project would collect information about the culture of Thracian people that lived in the region. The Thracian village would consist of 13 two-level buildings. In the forest a temple would be build with a ritual alter, together with a house for the ruler and several houses for his close associates. Small houses with yards would be constructed near the sea coast. The north and south border of the village is to be surrounded with a fortress wall. The most interesting part of the project would be that it provides a healthy and environmental-friendly life-style, which would have been common for Thracian people. Volunteers would be able to live up to five days in the village. This type of historical tourism is popular in many European countries, but would happen for the first time in Bulgaria.
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