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Archeologists Find Wall of Venetian Tana of 14th-15th Centuries in Azov
15.05.2012 13:20
Archeologists Find Wall of Venetian Tana of 14th-15th Centuries in Azov

Archeologists have found a wall of times of the Venetian Tana of the 14th-15th centuries in Azov town of the Rostov Region.
      As the researchers assume, this wall was most likely a part of the house of a merchant or a Venetian consul. A few years ago not far from this place they found the tombstone of the Venetian consul Jacob Kornaro and a stone church.
      - This church is the oldest in the Rostov Region, - says the staff member of the Azov History, Archaeology and Paleontology Museum Andrey Maslovsky. - It was seriously damaged in the course of repair works. Unfortunately, the gas pipe is laid down just under the unique wall, and so it was also damaged and it will most probably have to be destroyed.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Archeology Rostov Region Azov Architecture  

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