Archaeologists discover ‘massive’ ancient building in Egypt

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Archaeologists discover ‘massive’ ancient building in Egypt

A large Roman bath and a chamber likely for religious rituals, that was recently discovered in the town of Mit Rahina, 12 miles south of Cairo, Egypt.
A large Roman bath and a chamber likely for religious rituals, that was recently discovered in the town of Mit Rahina, 12 miles south of Cairo, Egypt. Egypt hopes such discoveries will spur tourism, partially driven by antiquities sightseeing, which was hit hard by political turmoil following the 2011 uprising.
A large Roman bath and a chamber likely for religious rituals, that was recently discovered in the town of Mit Rahina, 12 miles south of Cairo, Egypt.
A large Roman bath and a chamber likely for religious rituals, that was recently discovered in the town of Mit Rahina, 12 miles south of Cairo, Egypt.
A basin in a chamber that was likely used for religious rituals, that was recently discovered in the town of Mit Rahina, 12 miles south of Cairo, Egypt.

Archaeologists discover ‘massive’ ancient building in Egypt

A large Roman bath and a chamber likely for religious rituals, that was recently discovered in the town of Mit Rahina, 12 miles south of Cairo, Egypt.
A large Roman bath and a chamber likely for religious rituals, that was recently discovered in the town of Mit Rahina, 12 miles south of Cairo, Egypt. Egypt hopes such discoveries will spur tourism, partially driven by antiquities sightseeing, which was hit hard by political turmoil following the 2011 uprising.
A large Roman bath and a chamber likely for religious rituals, that was recently discovered in the town of Mit Rahina, 12 miles south of Cairo, Egypt.
A large Roman bath and a chamber likely for religious rituals, that was recently discovered in the town of Mit Rahina, 12 miles south of Cairo, Egypt.
A basin in a chamber that was likely used for religious rituals, that was recently discovered in the town of Mit Rahina, 12 miles south of Cairo, Egypt.