Europe’s Oldest Prehistoric Town Unearthed in Bulgaria

Europe’s Oldest Prehistoric Town Unearthed in Bulgaria

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Archaeologists in Bulgaria say they have uncovered the oldest prehistoric town found to date in Europe.

The newly discovered ancient settlement, thought to date back to 4700BC, is near the Bulgarian town of Provadia, about 25 miles from the country’s Black Sea coast, and is thought to have been an important centre for salt production…

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