Map of the Proto-Bulgarian fortresses in Eastern Europe and on the Lower Danube, built of ashlar blocks and with drawings-fraffiti
1. Humarin; 2. Right-bank Cimljanskoe gorodishte; 3. Majackoe gorodishte; 4. Sarkel (Left-bank Cimljanskoe gorodishte); 5. Pliska; 6. Madara; 7. Preslav; 8. Han Krum; 9. Silistra; 10. Pyjkul luj Soare; 11. Slon; 12. Devnja.
Fortresses from the Caucasus, the Ukraine:
The Humarin gorodishte. The tower next to the gate with ashlar blocks. At the far end - the citadel of the fortress.
Part of the fortified wall of Humarin and the pagan sanctuary next to it.
Part of the built of quadras wall of the Majackoe gorodishte.
Majackoe gorodishte. Part of the inner side of the wall with the typical ashlar blocks.
Fortresses from Bulgaria:
Part of the wall of the Early Bulgarian fortress of Drystyr (Silistra), bult of limestone quadras.
Part of the wall of the Early Bulgarian fortress of Devnja.
The Western gate of the Inner town of Pliska, built of large limestone quadras.
The Western gate of Pliska.
Part of the wall of the Preslav fortress.
The walls of Preslav, built in the typical quadras.
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