A 2,000-year-old Roman bath has been fully unearthed in the central Turkish province of Yozgat, pro-government daily Sabah said.
The Yozgat governorate has been conducting excavations on the site of the Roman bath since 2010 and expects to open it to tourism in the next few years, officials said.
Yozgat Governor Kemal Yurtnaç was on site to examine the excavation work.
“As we dig into this structure, new sections are being found underground,” he said.
Buildings erected in the area would be demolished to allow for more excavation, Yurtnaç said.