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You will miss a huge opportunity if you end your visit before seeing Igneada Floodplain Forests, walking among the trees, taking photos and having a picnic. You can explore type trees specific to Southern Europe like ash tree, oak and redwood in Igneada. Besides, you can also see many wild animal species like wildcat, Eurasian otter, hare, European badger, weasel, fox, roe deer, eagle, owl and kingfisher. Igneada Floodplain Forests is one of the most suitable spots for bird-watching, eco-tourism, photography, forest and mountain sports. Be sure to visit Hagia Nicolas Monastery, located in Kiyikoy and the oldest stone carved monastery in the world, and go to black pine forests of Thrace. You can also visit Dupnisa Cave that is 3150 m. long with 2 storeys and only cave in Thrace open to visitors with 3 entrances and you can take amazing photos.
According to the excavations in 1936, there are pieces belonging to the bronze age in Luleburgaz that is a district of Kirklareli. Luleburgaz had welcomed Thracians until 6th century BC and then it was ruled by Greeks, Persians, Macedonians and Roman Empire and after the domination of Byzantines, the city started to host Ottoman upon the conquest by Murad I. Its former name is known to be Arcadiapolis. The city features many structures worth to see. Sokollu Mehmed Pasha Bridge, Tomb of Zindan Baba, Fountain of Victory (Zafer Cesmesi), Luleburgaz Martyrdom are some of them… You can see Luleburgaz Martyrdom at the Edirnebayiri exit of the city. It’s unknown by whom the Tomb of Zindan Baba but it's located just beside the government office. Sokollu Mehmed Pasha Bridge was built by Sinan the Architect on Luleburgaz River.
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