Archaeologists exploring the Sunken city of Salamis off the coast of Greece have made an important discovery. They found a partially submerged building and a variety of marble Treasures dating back to the 4th century B.C. The Greek Ministry of Culture unveiled the findings, which included images of the uncovered remains and a trove of artifacts. The building is believed to be a massive public building from the Ancient city of Salamis. The archaeologists also found a 20-foot wide and 105-foot long stoa with six or seven rooms, containing ancient artifacts such as bronze coins, marble fragments, and vases.
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