Archaeologists Excavate Late Antiquity Basilica At Hisarluka
Archaeologists excavate remains of late antiquity basilica and a medieval fortress at the Hisaluka hill near Bulgaria's Kyustendil.
According to the Darik national radio, the remains are facing north beneath an alley from 1966. The basilica remains consist of a part of an apse, the south wall and stone pavement at the south western corner of the southern nave.
The archaeological remains at the Hisarluka hill uncovered so far are an early Christian basilica and a medieval fortress. Most of the artifacts are exposed in a lapidarium.
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