Roman-age farm estate opens in West Hungary

Largest estate in region features numerous buildings and remains, 3D screening room, and a 700,000-piece replica of an ancient mosaic floor

The exterior of the Villa Romana Baláca (left) and a view of the large replica of a mosaic floor as it would have appeared in Roman times.

2012-04-19 11:28

Central Europe's largest uncovered Roman-age farm estate with more than 20 buildings, including the remains of baths, a lapidary and a cemetery, opened its gates in Nemesvamos in western Hungary on Wednesday, a spokesperson of the Dezső Laczkó Museum in Veszprém said.



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