It might seem extraordinary, yet archaeologists believe what most of us thought to be a Thracian burial mound, recently excavated in Knazhevo village (only 12 Km from Srem), is very the likely site of an important iron making centre, dating back to the days of Alexander the Great and his successor in Thrace, Lysimachus. According to … Continue reading Alexander the Great’s Weapons- Made in Knazhevo?
Do you know most Bulgarian village horses are actually related to ancient European Equine-Royalty? Bulgaria's endangered and indigenous Karakachan horse is believed to be the closest living relative to the Thracian war-horse. Over 3,500 years ago the Thracians were the most feared warriors in all of Europe- thanks to their fiery horses and extreme … Continue reading Bulgaria’s Village War Horses