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Excavations resumed at 3000-year-old Turkish city of Soli

Excavations resumed at 3000-year-old Turkish city of Soli

Lonely Planet - Tom Stainer

Excavations have resumed at the ancient Turkish city of Soli, which is home to a treasury of neolithic, Greek and Roman remains that when fully unearthed could rival those at Ephesus. Soli was a key city some 3000 years ago in Cilicia, the southern coastal region of Anatolia. The resumed excavations …

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