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(June 16–21, 2005)

Larry Cassis

Golden Stairs Harbor

Fiore Cappone

Alarico's Buried Treasure

Cosenza, Busento and Crati Rivers Confluence, Southern Italy

June 21, 2005 - 15:03 local time

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Cosenza in Calabria Region , the Southern part of Italy. Here at the confluence of two small rivers, Crati and Busento, according to a legend which is based on poetry by the German Poet August Von Platen, Alarico, the King of Visigoth after laying waste to the major part of Italy died in 410 A.C. With him, according by the legend, was buried with the treasure of Rome, Capital City of the Roman Empire. Over many centuries many archeoligists tried to find the treasure but failed. Cosenza citizens, like the Alarico legend and believe the treasure is under their City river.

Europe / Italy

Lat: 39° 17' 33" N
Long: 16° 15' 32" E

Elevation: 240

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

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