Egypt, the 3,000 year old city of Lost Golden City discovered
Cairo: The 3,000-year-old city of Lost Golden City has been discovered in Egypt.
According to experts, it is the largest and oldest city discovered in Egypt. According to archaeologists, the city dates from 1391 to 1353 BC, when the region was ruled by Amin Hatp Tahm, one of Egypt’s most powerful pharaohs. Excavations have uncovered valuable items such as jewelry, colorful pottery and ancient Egyptian amulets. They also include clay bricks stamped with the Amin Hatp Tahm.
The area is about 500 kilometers from the Egyptian capital, Cairo. This location of the big city is safe underground. Nearby, walls can be seen and there are rooms in which everyday items are kept. A residential area, an administrative district and a bakery have also been discovered. More research and excavations are yet to take place at the site, and it is likely that such tombs will be discovered in their original state, which may contain treasures.