5,000-year-old Mohenjo-daro archaeological site damaged by Pakistan’s record rainfall

5,000-year-old mohenjo-daro archaeological site damaged by pakistan’s record rainfall

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “5,000-year-old Mohenjo-daro archaeological site damaged by Pakistan’s record rainfall” – below is their description.

Record rainfall has damaged several ancient walls at the 5,000-year-old Mohenjo-daro archaeological site in Pakistan’s southern Sindh province, the curator of the ruins said on September 6, 2022. Discovered in 1922, the historic city was built mostly with baked bricks and is featured in Unesco’s list of World Heritage sites.

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