23 January 2018

Greece's underground city found

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Archaeologists of Qeterborq University of Sweden have found an ancient underground city in the north of Athens, near the town of Karditsa. informs that, according to scientists, the new discovery can change ideas about ancient history. By the use of a special radar, archaeologists were able to inspect the bottom of the ancient things.

Archaeologists said that, although drilling was not began, through special devices, they can see on the streets of the city dating back to the various parties.

2016.12.16 / 22:29
Sakina Jafar
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