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Since the discovery of four burials (probably dating from the Middle Ages), during archaeological excavations under the place of the town hall of Rennes, the curious parade to observe them.
"It's amazing, there's all the body ... I think I've never seen a skeleton, except in a museum. As this woman, many people have been curious, who have stopped in front of the grilled barriers installed around the trenches, dug Place de la Mairie.
During the excavation site prerequisite for the planting of 18 trees, archaeologists of the inRAP have indeed discovered(the first part of the Middle Ages, between life and the eleventh century) and a piece of the wall of A hotel that housed parliamentarians at the end of the 16th century.
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"See this in the newspaper and in real life, it is not the same", is extaling a woman in front of a quasi-complete skeleton, still visible at the bottom of the trench. All day, researchers are working under the eyes of passers-by, History Histors like Badauds. Some end up chatting between them, imagining all kinds of stories, while others question archaeologists immediately. A happy open pit museum, for a few more days ...
Why a place in the Harz Esperanto speaks .
Anyone looking for the center in a foreign city follows signposts with inscriptions such as "center" or "old town". In Herzberg, however, visitors will be better looking for «Urbocentro». That means translated city center and is Esperanto. © Swen Pförner / DPA Since June 12, 2006, the city of Herzberg am Harz may lead the title "The Esperanto City". Over 15 years ago, the city gave the name "The Esperanto City".