Archaeological dig in Turkey uncovers massive underground city

Interior looking up in a disused bottle kiln

The researchers believe the underground city may be the largest in the world.

Numerous artifacts from the second and third centuries CE were discovered in an underground city in Mardin, TurkeyThe Daily Sabah reported on Tuesday.

According to Ancient Origins, the researchers believe the underground Turkish city may be the largest in the world.

During excavations in the Midyat district, a cave was discovered containing passageways and corridors, silos, water wells and places of worship, the report added.

https://www.jpost.com/archaeology/article-704928

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