Archaeologists have uncovered a Bronze Age temple thousands of years old in southern Bulgaria, news reports said Monday.
The site, near Perperikon, covers 2.9 square miles, and is reportedly five times larger than the Acropolis in Athens, the Bulgarian news agency BTA said.
Workshops for metallurgy, awls and molds for axes were found at the temple, which archaeologists described as the first of its kind in the Balkan Peninsula, RTS Serbian radio-television said.
Tuesday, July 25, 2006
Bulgaria uncovers 2,000-year-old temple