At the summit of a mist-shrouded hill, archaeologists investigate the remnants of ancient walls built by settlers thousands of years ago. But as they trace the scattered relics, an astonishing picture emerges. Their discovery, as it turned out, was far bigger than any of them had expected.
Vlochos is a little village located 190 miles north of Athens, Greece. And just south of the settlement stands an isolated hill known as Strongilovoúni, which has recently caused quite a stir.