Heat and drought expose archaeological treasures in Britain, Ireland, and Switzerland

This summer has been extraordinarily hot and dry in much of Europe, including places where air conditioning is rare. It's been miserable for a lot of residents and tourists, but on the positive side, a side effect has been the discovery of some important historical sites, ranging from traces of very ancient structures in Ireland to a crashed plane that had been frozen in a Swiss glacier since World War 2. The following report originally aired August 31 on PBS Newshour:


Link: https://youtu.be/yV82r4IAjpg

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