Hisarya Fortress

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The impressive rectangular course of walls of Hisarya's fortress, erected in the 4C by Thracian stone masons, run for 2.5km, entered on the south side through a monumental gate known as "the camels" (kamilite). Thrace's third city, Augusta (the Roman name of Hisarja), once stood within these walls. Today, the site is essentially occupied by a vast park (planted with acacias, magnolias, paulownias etc), criss-crossed by wide avenues (often pedestrian) and dotted with a few buildings.

Useful information

Address:

Hisarja

Price:

2 Lv

Opening hours

Wed-Sun 9am-noon, 2pm-6pm

Nearby tourist attractions

Hisarya Archaeological Museum
Hisarya Archaeological Museum
Hisarja
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