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Mishkova Niva

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Mishkova Niva (the Mouse’s Field) is a Thracian cult complex dating from the fifth to third century BC. The more extensive ancient complex consists of a Thracian sanctuary, two domed tombs, a fortress, a fortified Roman villa, and ancient iron mines. Strandzha is the most mystical mountain in Bulgaria, with many secrets belonging to different religions which stay preserved and hidden in its long forests. The supposed tomb of the famous Egyptian goddess Bastet, with the head of a cat and a woman’s body, is very close to the Mishkova Niva area.

Essential details

Earliest cultural period:
Thracians - Odrysian Kingdom (2000 BC - 700 AD)
Year of construction:
Can be seen on:
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