Greenhouse effect ruins artifact
SIVAS - Doğan News Agency
People examining the protective glass think that it is a special kind of plant. DHA photoProtective glass on historical ruins in the city of Sivas looks like a greenhouse with overgrown plants instead of displaying the artifacts.
Excavations that began in the central Anatolian city of Sivas in 2008 uncovered a well, ceramic atelier and other artifacts, which were encased in protective glass. However, grass began to grow in the neglected historical well and eventually totally covered it. This has caused people in the area to believe that a special kind of plant is being exhibited behind the glass. Those who examine the greenhouse-like case are very surprised when they discover a historical well inside, leading some people to think it is the wrong way to display historical artifacts.