A Roman-era site covered by multi-colored mosaics is now under excavation in the small village of Dresnik in northwestern Kosovo.
This is one the biggest finds in Kosovo in the past four decades. Digging first started in September 20-12 under head archeologist Masar Valla, who believes the site is spread across fifty hectares. Diggers have so far opened up a two-hundred square-meter area-- which is suspected to be the ground floor of a public building. It's believed that the site is on the path of an old Roman road 'Via Lissus-Naissus' connecting the modern town of Lezhe in Albania and Nis in Serbia.
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