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Columns of the roman temple of Abritus
Abritus archaeological reserve
Remains of the roman village
Abritus are a ruins located in northern Bulgaria in Razgrad region. Located on the banks of the river Beli Lom Reka, are the remains of an ancient Roman city. Its origins are a Thracian settlement, but in the first century the Romans established here a military base. The city was destroyed in the sixth century by the Turkish military tribe of the Avars.
N 43º 31' 26''
E 26º 33' 06''
The Abritus Archaeological Reserve was established in the late first century as a roman military camp, built on the ancient remains of an ancient Thracian settlement that grew to become one of the largest urban centres in the province. In the fourth century a fortress was built with four gates and 35 towers with an area of 14 hectares. The city was an important christian centre in the V and Vi centuries, but was destroyed by the Slavs.
- The entrance is free.