Highly unusual archaeological monument is La Hougue Bie - enormous, artificial earth mound. It hides 18.6 m long passage lined with enormous stones. This mound and passage in it were made some 6000 years ago - in Neolithic period, circa 4000 - 3500 BC. On the top of this mount are two Medieval chapels. Such an unusual mix of cultural monuments is unique.
Bulgarian archaeologist claims to find Europe's 'oldest town' Vasil Nikolov says the stone walls excavated by his team are estimated to date between 4,700 and 4,200 B.C. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2012
Lost Kingdom Of Cleopatra Off the shores of Alexandria, the city of Alexander the Great, lies what is believed to be the ruins of the royal quarters of Cleopatra. A team of marine archaeologists led by Frenchman Franck Goddio made excavation on this ancient city from where Cleopatra, the last queen of the Ptolemies, ruled Egypt.