The most significant find is the Sveshtari Thracian Royal Tomb. It was constructed in the first quarter of the 3rd century BC 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 facade is 6.5 m, and the height of the tomb chamber (on the inside) is 4.45 m. The tomb was constructed by large limestone blocks. It consists of a dromos (corridor) and three premises-chambers. An individual arch covers each chamber.
The tomb decoration is influenced by the Hellenistic culture but it is transformed by the vision and beliefs of the Getae (a Thracian tribe). The unfinished decoration on the walls and the ceiling shows that the ruler had died before his eternal home was completed. The chamber ceiling is held by statues of women with raised hands (caryatids), whose faces still preserve the remains of colorful decoration. On the ceiling is depicted a scene of deification of the ruler.
Due to its remarkable architecture and its artistic decoration, the Sveshtari tomb is included in the list of global cultural inheritance of UNESCO in 1985.