The Kamenički Vis kurgan, also known as the Kinđa mound, is located in Serbia.
Kurgan Chorna Mohyla is a burial mound located in the city of Chernihiv, Ukraine. It dates back to the 10th century and is believed to be the final resting place of one or more members of the ruling elite of the Kievan Rus.
The Thracian tomb of Shushmanets is an ancient tomb located in the southeastern part of Bulgaria, near the town of Nova Zagora.
The Oguz Kurgan is located near the Lower Sirogozy Nyzhni district of Kherson region, Ukraine. The Kurgan is the burial site of a Scythian king from the fourth century BCE.
Nechaeva Mohyla (Ukrainian: Нечаєва Могила) is a Scythian burial mound near the village of Lukiivka, Ukraine.
The Filippovka Kurgans are located near the village of Filippovka, Russia, on the edge of Europe and Asia.
The Royal Kurgan of Kerch from the 4th century BCE is one of the most impressive barrows (Kurgans) in the Crimea.
Tovsta Mohyla burial mound is a Scythian burial mound dating back to the fourth century BCE.