A Greek farmer found a tomb that has about 3400 years, by accident, on a plot near the town of Ierapetra, on the island of Crete, Greece.
The wheels of the car fell into a hole when the farmer was trying to park it. Upon realizing that something potentially important was there, the man alerted the authorities, reports the Cretapost newspaper.
In the meantime, the importance of the discovery was confirmed by archaeologists. The experts concluded that it is a tomb, divided into three niches, of the Minoan civilization, which ruled over the island of Crete between 2600 and 1100 BC.
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