2,200-year-old Roman fountain unearthed in northwestern Türkiye


The remains of a 2,200-year-old Roman fountain have been uncovered in northwestern Türkiye, archeologists at the ancient site of Assos said on Monday.

“According to our initial findings, we learned that it was a magnificent fountain structure. We know of many cisterns in Assos, but this is the first time we’ve come across a monumental fountain structure,” dig site head Nurettin Arslan told Anadolu Agency.

“It’s a very important structure in terms of urban…

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