The largest mosaic ever found in Turkey

Published on October 28th, 2011 | by Admin


Construction work in Turkey has unearthed an 850-square-meter mosaic.

Archaeological treasures, including a large mosaic, have been found during drilling at a construction site for a new hotel in the southern province of Hatay. The mosaic found during the drilling is 850 square meters and estimated to be the largest mosaic discovered in Turkey. As a result of the discovered artifacts the construction project will now only employ man power and the hotel will display the precious works when it opens.

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Story: Anatolia News Agency | Photo: AA Photo

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