Saturday, June 25, 2022
Archaeologist Mate Parica was examining satellite images of Croatia's coastline when he spotted something unusual. ... The image showed a large, shallow area on the seabed jutting out from the eastern shore of the island of Korcula. Parica and a colleague decided to dive at the site and discovered what they believe is a Neolithic settlement from around 4,500 years BC, built on a small piece of land that was connected to the main island by a narrow strip.
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