Archaelogical Complex Nebet Tepe

Archaelogical Complex Nebet Tepe

Archaelogical Complex Nebet Tepe
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Michele Amico🇮🇹🇮🇹🇮🇹🇮🇹
Caltanissetta, Italy2,982 contributions
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Oct 2019 • Business
Today I had a travel from Sofia to Plovdiv. Plovdiv is a little city with the ancient side and the modern side.
Written 14 October 2019
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Vasw & George
Athens, Greece493 contributions
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Sept 2019
This hill is one the many hills surrounding the town. You can climb by walking across the old town and is definitely worth it. Especially the old town part is breathtaking looking at it from this place. Also, nebet tepe used to be the wall fortress of the city.
Written 8 November 2019
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Holly K
Washington DC, DC54 contributions
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Jul 2017 • Family
Plovdiv is considered one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in the world because of archaeological cites like this one--the remains of a Thracian fortress which dates to 4000 BC. The view from the site is nice and comes at the end of a beautiful walk through the Old Town, but what makes this place so special is its connection to the human past. True, the ruins are 6000 years old and show their age--ie, there isn't a lot left of them to see--but the mere presence of something so ancient makes it worth the trip.
Written 26 July 2017
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Katerina Z
Plovdiv, Bulgaria11 contributions
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Sept 2020 • Family
There is a gorgeous view and you can see the whole city😊 It is really beautiful and you will sure love it. The climbing to Nebet Tepe is really easy and doesn’t take much time to get there.
Written 9 September 2020
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globetrotter55
Bucharest, Romania3,210 contributions
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Aug 2019
to arrive there it's easy and nice, all you have to do is climb, but not fast, to have time to admire the beautiful houses on the way; the last two let a narrow path to walk and suddenly you are on the tallest point of the Old Town; one of those two houses is actually a restaurant with a nice view
Nebet Tepe (the hill of guards, in Turkish), has a history of 4000 years, when you walk there try to see the shadows of the old people - Thracians, Macedonians, Romans
nowadays you could also have a panoramic view over the city, it worth to climb to see it
Written 29 September 2019
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mikewalker20
Cheshire, UK42 contributions
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May 2019 • Friends
Enjoyed walkign around the remains which provided a great view of the city.
As with many things in Bulgaria they have such a rich history and culture but don't really sell it. Apart from a single sign there is little in the way of informationa bout the site. But it is free to enter so cannt grumble
Written 22 May 2019
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John G
Hergenrath, Belgium198 contributions
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Jan 2018 • Couples
From the vantage point at the top of the hill you have super views over the city. The road up to the complex is not too steep but because of the road pavings your best to wear flat shoes. Don’t forget your camera when you decide to come here.
Written 6 February 2018
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Cristin C
Bucharest, Romania430 contributions
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Sept 2017 • Friends
The archaeological complex is at the top of a hill.
It can be reached after crossing the old town, admiring very beautiful houses.
The complex is ruined, but if you have imagination you can imagine what was there.
A wonderful place to look at sunrise, sunset and the whole city
Written 28 December 2017
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Sam L
Durres, Albania1,603 contributions
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Dec 2017 • Solo
At the top of the hill is the archaeological complex consisting of ruins of the old fortress and an old water storage facility. The views from here are impressive. You get a panoramic view of most of the city. It's worth the trek.
Written 10 December 2017
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Mr_Molls
Plovdiv, Bulgaria43 contributions
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Jul 2017 • Friends
One of the most notable historical places in Plovdiv. Great ruins and perfect views towards art of the old town, Kapana district and the other hill of the city.
Written 25 November 2017
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