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Archaeologists Unearth Roman Villa with Indoor Pool in the Ancient City of Dyrrhachium in Albania

The present city of Durrës in Albania is the second most populous in the country. It was founded by Greek settlers from Corcyra (modern Corfu), who called it Epidamnos, in 627 BC and renamed Dyrrhachium by the Romans. Located in the center of the Albanian Adriatic coast, about 33 kilometers west of the capital, Tirana. […]