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Roman discovery in Luxor

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Roman discovery in Luxor
Roman discovery in Luxore | Photo: @RomanMiddleEast /Twitter

In the south of Egypt, in the town of Luxor, archaeologists found the remains of a Roman city.

According to the researchers, the foundations of the building include houses, towers or workshops that can be up to 1,800 years old. In addition to fragments of the building, ceramics, tools and Roman coins were discovered.

As a reminder, Luxor is known in the world as a place with numerous monuments, temples and tombs of ancient Egypt, including the famous Valley of the Kings.

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