"There were disagreements among scholars in the West about the existence of this bridge," Gordana Karovic from the Serbian Office for the Protection of Cultural Monuments told IPS. "But we traced the existing seven of its 20 pillars on the bottom of the Danube and they show the exact, straight direction of the bridge."
Researchers are also resuming excavations of a Roman camp near Kostolac on the Danube River. So far, they have discovered an aquaduct and a mausoleum dating from the 1st century. In addition, they are working on the Roman fortress of Sirmium near the Sava River where a marble head of Diana was discovered.
Archaeologists plan to keep digging until next summer and hope for future explorations of the Danube River in Croatia.
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