(TIMES OF ISRAEL) -- Archeologists in Egypt have uncovered a vast underground tunnel near the city of Alexandria, and hope it may lead them to the long-lost tomb of Egypt’s last pharaoh and possibly its most famous ruler, Queen Cleopatra VII.
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Egypt’s Tourism and Antiquities Ministry said the 1.3 kilometer-long (0.8 miles) tunnel was cut into the rock beneath Egypt’s ancient Taposiris Magna Temple.
The tunnel, located more than 13 meters (43 feet) underground, was described by the ministry as a “geometric miracle” that may lead to Cleopatra’s final resting place.