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Ljubljana Marshes and Ljubljanica river flowing through it are a very important archaeological site in Slovenia. We flew our kite above the place where a Roman boundary stone was found, resolving the question of administrative location of Colonia Iulia Emona (precursor of today's Ljubljana) within the Roman Empire.

The whole story is on our KAP website ... 😉

 

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nice, in Romania are also big archaeological remains of roman empire but i think nobody had the idea to fly a kite to take pictures 

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