In the middle of the promenade in the southern part of the old Sozopol is located the Architectural and Historical Complex “Southern Fortress Wall and Tower”.
The fortress wall was discovered during the demolition of an old house, in the place of which it was planned to build a new one.
At the site, archaeologists find a well-preserved section of the southeastern fortress wall, a rectangular watchtower, a huge building that was used to store grain in the V-VI century. At that time in Sozopol was the largest Black Sea port for grain exports.
The finds are located in the halls of the museum and can be viewed by visitors.
Above the granary were barracks, where the guards who guarded the fortress towers lived. An ancient well, built in the IV-III century BC, was discovered at this place.
Tourists visiting the architectural and historical complex “Southern Fortress Wall and Tower”, traditionally, toss a coin in it, fortunately.