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Archeologists discover 5,000-year-old underground city that could be the largest ever found

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by Michelle Kennedy Hogan last modified Jan 11, 2015


A newly discovered 5,000-year-old underground city is being hailed as one of the largest in the world - and one of the top archeological finds of all time. The city is located in the historical Cappadocia region of Turkey which lies between Aksaray in the




 

 

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A newly discovered 5,000-year-old underground city is being hailed as one of the largest in the world – and one of the top archeological finds of all time. The city is located in the historical Cappadocia region of Turkey which lies between Aksaray in the west, Kayseri in the east and Nigde in the south. It is an area rich in history from the Hittite times before 1,700 B.C. and was once a part of the Roman Empire.

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