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Adrian, Alina and the frog mascot, Roxy, went to Canberra Point, on the left bank of the Danube, between Drobeta Turnu-Severin and Simian town, where they made a short search for ancient artefacts.

Photo: Adrian Gheorghe, 16th January 2011




Canberra Point Canberra Point

Always it is possible, anywhere along the Danube, to find old objects. During this summer the Alexis team hopes to make a long search in the area around the 937 km post and beyond for a considerable distance.

Photo: Adrian Gheorghe, 16th January 2011




Canberra Point

Canberra Point is between Simian village and Drobeta Turn-Severin, where there is a small restaurant with this exotic name.

Photo: Adrian Gheorghe, 15th May 2010




Canberra Point Canberra Point

Anywhere on the left bank of the Danube, it is easy to find artefacts, placed here by floods, or placed here as garbage from new buildings somewhere in the town.

Photo: Adrian Gheorghe, 15th May 2010




Canberra Point Canberra Point Canberra Point

In this area, Alexandru Gheorghe, Alina Neagoe and Adrian found artefacts from Roman times or middle-age times, between river stones, mold and water grass.

Photo: Adrian Gheorghe, 15th May 2010








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This site is to publicise the history and culture of Romania, and displays information from the Alexis Project Association

Alexis Project Filiasi/Romania
RC J/263/230/2007 CIF 21464151
Email: alexis_project@yahoo.com




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