This 3rd century BC Thracian tomb discovered in 1982 and listed in UNESCO was unfortunately closed (whoever set Tuesday as closing day?). It was found in 1982 during excavations at East Mound Necropolis of Sboryanovo. It was constructed in the first quarter of the 3rd century B.C. and represents a unique monument of the Thracian tomb architecture. It has a significant size. Its length is 7,5 m, its width at the façade is 6,5 m, and the height of the tomb chamber (on the inside) is 4,45 m. The tomb was constructed with large limestone blocks.