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Asagipinar
Turkey

About 500 m from the center of Kırklareli Aşağıpınar mound, is located south of the province. The oldest of the excavations carried out in layers dating to various periods BC 6500 - 4300 concluded that the settlement in this region. Neolithic culture in Anatolia, Thrace and moved for the period from which you think has spread to Europe and then to the Balkans before the interaction region is of great importance for the Balkan and European historians. This form is thought to be the first settlement in Thrace.

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Uploaded: 19/10/2010
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