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Some old sterlings coins from Turkish people said that found here,video

mallllias

New member
hello to everybody!
im from Greece and i like a lot music,photos and videos making and motorcyle trips!
last weekend i went at place that i hear many stories that some people some years ago found turkish sterlings
at this abandoned village that i visit here in Greece.
Village was build from Turkish people when Greece was slave to them for 400 years.
At population swaping 1922 -24 Turkish leave the place and came Greeks.
Village is abandoned at 1980 and its full of ruins.
in my research i found this site!
here a video from place called Palios Xerias.
ofcourse i dont found anything and i dont have equipment for metal detection
 

Nauti

Member
You need to get yourself a detector as there may be some interesting finds their,maybe even ancient finds.Nice video and nice bike......i too am a biker.
 

mallllias

New member
You need to get yourself a detector as there may be some interesting finds their,maybe even ancient finds.Nice video and nice bike......i too am a biker.
well,if i get a detector then i must leave my bikeand get my car...i have no room for detector at my bike with equipment of camera already with me!
 

hawgdawg

Well-known member
You could carry the detector on the bike . Most will break down at least in half . I've carried an unbelievable amount of stuff on by bike on quite a few trips . I've seen a guy from Israel that detects the beaches there ,, He has found an amazing amount jewelry there . I'm pretty sure , there is some serious laws on keeping any historical stuff found there , but would still be a cool place to detect . That would be a nice place to detect you have there ,,
 

colinwork92

New member
Interesting places you've visited there. They all look eerie yet beautiful. I wonder what stuff you could find inside.
 
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