Well-known archaeologist Neritan Ceka discovers a project of the Institute of Archeology, which has been going on for three years. Ceka, points out that this is a project in Bylys, which is discovering a water tank of the third century BC.
As the archaeologist points out, the cistern is 50 meters long and 8 meters deep and was covered by a system of arches. According to Ceka, this is the largest and most beautiful cistern of the ancient Balkans of that period, including Greece.
Archaeologist Neritan Ceka himself announces that in addition to the excavation, its restoration is being done, while he also publishes images of the discovery on his Facebook page.