4th-3rd century BC.
A Thracian beehive tomb from the Hellenistic period, containing extremely valuable murals.
The tomb consists of a square antechamber, narrow passage and tomb vault with a beautiful frieze depicting three racing chariots and an exceptionally vivid scene of a funeral feast. The best preserved monument of Thracian art from that period.
Located near the town of Kazanluk in the Valley of Roses.