World Bulletin / News Desk
The ruins of a 15th century Turkish bath have been founds in excavations in the Turkish province of Mugla.
The digging, which was initiated by the Milas Museum Directorate, also found a number of metal artifacts, a metal cup and four coins, Museum Director Ali Sinan Ozbey told the daily Hurriyet.
The bath is believed to have been part of the Becin castle in the Milas district of Mugla and will soon be open for visitors.
“A visitor center will be established in the castle. Then commercial units and a modern ticket office will be built,” Ozbey said.Last Mod: 07 Nisan 2014, 17:20