Landslide triggered under the Central Square of Bulgaria’s Plovdiv
A landslide has triggered under the Central Square of the second biggest Bulgaria’s city of Plovdiv. The landslide has been triggered in archaeological excavations of the Roman Forum.
The news was announced for Radio FOCUS – Plovdiv by the head of the aetiological team, Elena Kesyanova.
“We have serious concerns about possible incident. There must be urgent reinforcement of the area,” Kesyanova said.
The landslide was triggered last year, and this year’s rains have further complicated the situation, as dug out the foundations of the square. The area must be reinforced. The archaeologists have filed two signals last year, and now they again warn on the case.
Courtesy of focus-fen.net