WWI-era Graffiti Found in French Tunnels

British and Australian soldiers stationed in France would occasionally be allowed to leave the front lines in order to visit local attractions. There is evidence of this tourism in the underground city of Naours, a large network of ancient tunnels in the rural region of Picardy in northern France.

In 2014, Gilles Prilaux of the French National Institute for Preventive Archaeological Research (INRAP), coordinated…

Source: WWI-era Graffiti Found in French Tunnels

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