A team of British and Sweden Archaeologists has discovered a mysterious and lost city in the central of Greece which is expected to provide new clues about the origin of Greece culture. A 2,500-year-old vanished city has been discovered in Greece, which has triggered the possibility of complete revolution in the previous historical understandings.

As per the reports published in a press release, a team of international Archaeologists from Greece, Sweden, and the U.K. during a research project are surveying an ancient village of Greece called Vlochós located in the prehistoric area of Thessaly, which is positioned about five hours away from north of Athens. The researchers while examining the archaeological scattered and remaining across a hill near the village, spot the new mysterious city which is believed to be very antique.

According to Robin Ronnlund, the head of the project, some of the remaining and ruins of the village were already identified and known us. But despite these ruins, we found a separate part of the village which is an inappropriate arrangement on a hill. He further explained that, during the research, “one of my colleagues and I found the distinct site having the connection with another project held last year. And suddenly, we realised the existence of a great potential in the village. However, he surprised how the Hill has yet not been discovered by anyone before.

The Vlochos Archaeological Project is a two-year joint venture between the Ephorate of Antiquities of Karditsa and the Swedish Institute in Athens. An international archaeologist team from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden and the University Of Bournemouth, U.K. started a two-year investigation program for the Vlochós from this year.

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