Egypt 2000 Year Old Catacombs

The Kom al-Shoqafa catacombs, considered by archaeologists to be the largest Greco-Roman burial site in Egypt, has been threatened by water since its discovery in 1900.
This picture taken on March 3, 2019 shows a view from inside the catacombs of Kom El-Shoqafa (Mound of Shards), dating to the Roman period (1st-4th centuries AD) in the centre of the Egyptian Mediterranean coastal city of Alexandria, during the inauguration of a project to drain groundwater from the archaeological site. (Photo by Mohamed el-Shahed / AFP)

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