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Numerous nations have left their traces on the twelve-metre-thick (39-foot) cultural layers of the city.
The earliest signs of habitation on the territory of Plovdiv date as far back as the 6th millennium BCE.
In 72 BCE, the city was seized by the Roman general Marcus Lucullus but was soon restored to Thracian control.
In 46 CE, the city was finally incorporated into the Roman Empire by emperor Claudius; Trimontium was an important crossroad for the Roman Empire and was called "the largest and most beautiful of all cities" by Lucian.
and subsequently was invaded by Persians, Greeks, Celts, Romans, Goths, Huns, Bulgars, Slavs, Rus people, Crusaders, and Turks.
On January 4, 1878, Plovdiv was liberated from Ottoman rule by the Russian army.
It is the most densely populated city in Bulgaria, with 3,769 inhabitants per km². At the beginning of the 20th century, there were seven syenite hills, but one (Markovo tepe) was destroyed.and objects of everyday life on Nebet Tepe from as early as the Chalcolithicera , showing that at the end of the 4th millennium BCE, there was already an established settlement there which was continuously inhabited since then. Ten years after the Macedonian invasion, the Thracian kings started to exercise power again after the Odrysian Seuthes III had re-established their kingdom under Macedonian suzerainty as a result of a somehow successful revolt against Alexander the Great's rule resulting in a stalemate.In 183 BCE, Philip V of Macedon conquered the city, but shortly after, the Thracians re-conquered it.Because of these hills, Plovdiv is often referred to in Bulgaria as "The City of the Seven Hills".Plovdiv is host to a huge variety cultural events such as the International Fair Plovdiv, the international theatrical festival "A stage on a crossroad", the TV festival "The golden chest," and many more novel festivals, such as Night/Plovdiv in September, Kapana Fest, and Opera Open.