Locals talked about it for hundreds of years, but archaeologists did not give it a second thought, that is until one got credit for DISCOVERING IT recently.
Archaeologists have discovered a 2,500-year-old lost city in Greece. Researchers from the University of Gothenburg and the University of Bournemouth have begun exploring the ruins at a village called Vlochos, around 300km (190 miles) north of Athens.
While some of the ruins were already known, they had been dismissed as part of an irrelevant settlement on a hill, the leader of the team, Robin Ronnlund, said in a statement.
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