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History and teachings
The earliest traces of human civilisation discovered so far at Perperikon were dated to the late Neolithic Period, 6th-5th millennium BC. At that time, humans had not yet learned to work the face of the rock massif: fragments of Neolithic pottery were found deposited in the natural crevices of the cliff. However, Perperikon was not yet a settled village but a rock of worship.
Pits hewn in the rock and fragments of pottery found in them were dated to the late 5th – early 4th millennium B.C. The pottery is similar to that found at other Eneolithic villages, such as the famous Mound of Karanovo. What had gradually become an inhabited rock complex continued to develop during the Bronze Age. There is every reason to believe that during the late Bronze Age in particular, 18th-12th century BC, Perperikon saw its first heyday, which probably coincided with the peak of the Mycenaean and the Minoan civilisations. http://www.perperikon.bg/home.php?cp=16 ;; http://www.perperikon.bg/home.php?cp=8
recommended for all; unique; does not require prior knowledge; accessible;
10 km away from Kardjali, accessible with a car. Human resources, assistance-yes. Accessibility (for disabled) , preparedness of the staffdifficult to access, some hiking required. Infrastructure, staff, safety measures, languages complex infrastrcuture, guided tours avaialbe in a number of languages . safety measures can be improved