Historic sites unveiled in Socotra Island [Archives:2004/711/Local News]

February 12 2004

A national excavation and exploration team of The Museums and Monuments General Authority has announced the unveiling of 80 new historic sites in Socatra, some dating back thousands of years.
This comes as part of a wide-scale exploration program for the island, which is believed to have been home to ancient civilizations that lived there in the Bronze Age.
Among the most interesting are the ancient homes, complexes, mosques, castles, and graveyards, along with carved rocks and drawings on caves and walls.