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The Antique Town of Kabile

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The town of Kabile was established in the 2nd millennium BC. The town was an important economical and cultural center in Thrace and Lower Tundzha. According to the historical evidence, Kabile was conquered by Philip of Macedonia in 341 BC. His son, Alexander III the Great of Macedonia, resided here as well. After the town was conquered by the Romans, in the beginning of the 2nd century AD, Kabile was turned into one of the most important Roman camps in the Thracian province. The town was demolished by the Avars in the 6th century AD. Mitkulishev Photography Ivan Mandevski © Photo: Svetoslav Todev

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