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Group of dolmens, village of Sakartsi

village of Sakartsi in Haskovo, Bulgaria
These are: a two-chamber dolmen in a poorly preserved condition. One of the dolmens, located in an oak forest, has a well-preserved rear chamber. Only a small part from the front chamber has survived. The dolmen is oriented along its longitudinal axis north-south, with an entrance from the south. The dimensions of the rear chamber are: width and length 2m x 2m; height 1.5m; aperture 0.60m x 0.40m. The other is a two-chamber half-ruined dolmen. The front chamber is largely destroyed. The capstone of the structure is missing. The entrance of the dolmen is from the south. There is also another dolmen with two chambers and a dromos, practically without a façade and mound, with finely worked slabs, but missing capstone. There is also another two-chamber half-ruined dolmen. The front chamber is largely destroyed. The capstone of the structure is missing.

INTERESTING FACTS

Nearby one can visit the localities of Redenite Kamani, Garvanov Kamak, Mangara, Golyamata Reka, Haidut Bunar, Sedemte Gabara, Bogovets.
 
 

 
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