Albanian and German archaeologists have uncovered the ruins of an ancient habitation in Babunja, Divjaka.
Experts believe it is a settlement made of houses, walls and roads that have been there since the 6th century b.c and until the 3rd century a.d.
The purpose of the project is to build a map of the habitation in Albania.
“We are trying to understand who has been living here between Apolonia and Durrachum, and who founded this settlement. The urban organization of this settlement is perfect. There is a main road with 15 smaller ones”, says Manuel Fidler, archaeologist at the Berlin University.