In the centre of Barnaul, the utility has unearthed the burial of the eighteenth century

© Fotolia / mrks_vАрхеологические excavations. Archival photoIn the centre of Barnaul, the utility has unearthed the burial of the eighteenth century© Fotolia / mrks_v

The utility of Barnaul on Thursday when carrying out repairs discovered the burial, probably related to the 18th century, informs SK the Russian Federation across Altay Krai.

According to the Agency, pre-installed, on this site previously was the burial.

«At the intersection of street Polzunova, and the prospect of a Socialist when carrying out repair work on utility systems in the soil was discovered the skeletal remains of people. Professionals will have to set the Statute of limitations remains, and the burial was carried out in the territory previously. The results will be a procedural decision «, — stated in the message.

Meanwhile, according to eyewitnesses, in the excavated pit can be seen several graves. Remove them immediately failed since crumbled soil.

Apparently, workers stumbled on petropavlovskoye cemetery Barnaul, closed in 1772. Among well-known citizens of the XVIII century there were buried by a mountain specialist, the chief commander of the Kolivan-Voskresensk works Andreas beer, as well as the inventor of the first Russian steam engine Ivan Sliders.

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