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Archaeological Monument Deprived of its Dome
16.10.2014 13:08
Archaeological Monument Deprived of its Dome

Just a small fragment has remained of a Bulgar farmstead constructed in the 10th century.

      It was planned to protect it from bad weather with a dome. However, a few days ago the polycarbonate dome was stolen. The police are investigating who did it.

      The monument found by archeologists in 1990 is situated near the village Krasnoe Syundyukovo in the Ulyanovsk Region. It is the only brick monument of archeology in the Ulyanovsk Region. Bronze jewels, knives, buckles and even arrowheads were found in it.


Sources: http://www.wellnews.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Archeology Ulyanovsk Region    

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