Remains of a 2,200-year-old Roman fountain have been discovered in northwestern Turkey. The discovery took place in the ancient city of Assos. According to researchers, it was a monumental building that was supplied by cisterns in the city.
Assos was the larger port city in the region with a theater, necropolis, ramparts, and a forum during Roman times.
The archaeological work in Assos has been going on continuously since 1981.