Archaeologists working at a site near Szigetvar, Hungary have discovered an Ottoman-era town near the site of the 16th century siege between Suleiman the Magnificent and Croatian-Hungarian nobleman Miklos Zrinyi. Experts hope to find the location where the sultan's heart is buried.
The unearthed town is believed to be Turbek, destroyed in the 1680s. Artifacts found at the site include luxury goods such as Chinese porcelain, Persian ceramics and glass, indicating that the town was involved in international commerce. But the real prize would be the sultan's heart. "We are closer and closer to the tomb," said Norbert Pap, a member of the research and excavation team.