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3,000 year-old lost city found in Egypt

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Egyptian archeologists have unearthed a three thousand year-old lost city complete with mud brick houses, artifacts and tools from the times of the pharaohs.

Added on the 10/04/2021 15:08:30 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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