Police officers near Naples city, Italy, found a tomb from Roman era 2,000 years old, buried under a pile of rubbish illegally.

The tomb came from the second century AD was discovered by police, hidden beneath 58 tons of garbage in Pozzuoli town. Officers found the time-consuming area that has been used to dispose of waste illegally.

Police used heavy equipment to dig up garbage. Apparently they have uncovered an entrance to a tomb. Marble columns and decorations were to surface after the garbage removed.

Owners and users of the area was accused of violating Italian law on environmental preservation and archeology.


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