In Spain found a lost Roman city
The city area is about 12 hectares, says the Agency EFE.
MADRID, 20 Feb. /Offset. TASS Ekaterina Vorobyeva/. A multidisciplinary team of researchers and archaeologists has discovered, in Spain the Roman city of Karak. This was reported by the Agency EFE.
According to him, the find was made in the area of the municipality Driebes (Autonomous community of Castile-La Mancha). The search began in October last year. The city covers an area of about 12 hectares, is located underground at a depth of about 70 cm to Detect it was possible thanks to the use of modern technologies, in particular GPR.
It is noted that the Karak is well preserved in the village has its streets, houses, temples. The mayor of the municipality Pedro Rincon said that the experts had information about the existence of the city, but did not know exactly where he is. “It’s amazing that in the XXI century it was not detected early, — said the archaeologist Javier Fernandez. The search result was much better than we expected.”