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Originally a Thracian settlement, Nessebar (in modern Bulgaria) became a Greek colony at the beginning of the 6th century BC.
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Ancient City of Nessebar, Bulgaria

Old Town Nessebar, Bulgaria
At the crossroads of culture, Nessebar was a starting line for many European concepts we take for granted today. Originally a Thracian settlement, it became a Greek colony at the beginning of the 6th century BC. But the peninsular town possesses more than the remains of an assortment of iconic and historic eras. This hub on the Black Sea changed the world because the very concept of money was invented here.
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Ancient City of Nessebar, Bulgaria