3,400-year-old Palace Emerges From the Tigris River After Drought in Iraq

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3,400-year-old Palace Emerges From the Tigris River After Drought in Iraq

A palace thought to be more than 3,400 years old emerged from a reservoir in the Kurdistan region of Iraq after a drought drained water levels.

“The find is one of the most important archaeological discoveries in the region in recent decades,” Kurdish archeologist Hasan Ahmed Qasim said in a statement.

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