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Man finds a family burial older than Egyptian pyramids while working in a garden (siberiantimes.com)

A resident of Ulan-Ude, capital city of the mountainous Republic of Buryatia, was working in the family garden with his son when they came across a 7,000 years old Neolithic grave with three skeletons, believed to have been part of one of the world’s oldest settlements.

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