The Thracian and ancient city of Kabile is located 8 km northwest of Yambol.
Archaeological studies show that Kabile was one of the largest and most significant cities in ancient Thrace.
The earliest traces of habitation at the site of the ancient city of Kabyle were discovered at the Roman barracks.
Archeological studies show that there was a mound of the chalcolithic age (II millennium BC), which was destroyed in antiquity. In 342 BC Philip of Macedonia conquered Kabile during his march in Thrace.
The town is built and a military garrison is housed in it.
After the middle of the 5th century, due to the frequent barbaric invasions, civilian population settled in the military camp.
An additional fortress wall was built - Proteicism. Kabile was destroyed in the 6th century during the avar’s raids in the provinces of the Roman Empire.
The Thracian and Antique City of Kabile is open every day from 8.00 am to 6.00 pm.
Tourists can walk freely in it and enjoy the remains of basilicas and churches, fortress walls and public buildings with an area of over 600 decares.
Yambol, 2 Byalo more Str.
Regional History Museum - Yambol
+359 46 66 34 03