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Description The most impressive findings at the ancient Roman Villa "Armira" that was discovered in 1964 near the Bulgarian city Ivailovgrad was the mosiacs with thich the floors were decorated...
Date 17 May 2009, 12:42
Source Villa Armira, the Mosaics...
Author Klearchos Kapoutsis from Paleo Faliro, Athens, Greece.


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