Archaeologists in Greece have discovered an ancient tomb guarded by majestic sphinxes…

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Greek archaeologists have made an interesting find – an ancient tomb, similar to ones found in Egypt, guarded by two enormous sphinxes, adorned with frescoed walls, and surrounded by a 500-meter-long wall carved from marble. The monument, believed to date back to about 300 BC, is the largest such tomb ever found in Greece and could belong to an important historical figure.

Plans are underway to enter the tomb in January!

“It is certain that we stand before an especially significant finding. The land of Macedonia continues to move and surprise us, revealing its unique treasures,” Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said on Tuesday during a visit to the site.

Excavations at the site, located on Kasta Hill, Amphipolis, first began in 2012. It wasn’t clear until now what exactly it was that they were excavating.

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