Roman wall discovered in Plovdiv, Bulgaria

Archaeologists from the Archaeological Museum in Plovdiv, Bulgaria have discovered the remains of a 5th century Roman wall near the regional broadcasting centre of Bulgarian National Radio and Bulgarian National Television.

The brick, stone and mortar structure was discovered between the ancient Roman stadium and the forum.

Plovdiv is bidding to become the European Capital of Culture in 2019, based partially on archaeological discoveries from the eras of Thrace, Rome, Byzantium and the Ottoman.