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The remains of a huge Roman temple, as big as St Paul's Cathedral in London, was discovered by a Cambridge University archaeological team in central Italy.The sacred site was uncovered several feet below Falerii Novi, an abandoned town around 30 miles north of Rome.

The hidden remains of the settlement were identified using drones fitted with cameras.The temple is believed to cover an area measuring 120m long and 60m wide.The findings have provided new insights into a period of Roman expansion and urbanisation in Italy.Divers discovered the ruins of a 3,000-year-old castle hidden deep under the waters of Lake Van – the largest lake in Turkey.The fortress most likely belonged to the Urartian civilisation, an Iron Age kingdom in the Armenian highlands that spanned modern-day Turkey, Armenia and Iran.

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