When traveling Bosnia, you might want to add a relatively unexplored hideaway onto your list of destinations to visit.
A 'hidden' ancient Roman road running through a forest has recently been found in the Balkan country's mountainous north-eastern corner.
The secluded road, which experts say dates back some 2-thousand years, was hidden from discovery by thick forest greenery.
Experts say there's hope the site could become a new draw for tourists.
"It is truly fortunate that this road had been preserved deep in the forest, and I hope it could enrich the tourism offering in the north-east part of Bosnia."
Also, one of the Italian diplomats invited to the public presentation of the site said that this road makes the relationship between the two countries even more special.
Some other important archaeological sites from the Roman period, found in the south of the country, have been major tourist attractions since they were designated as monuments of culture in the 1960s.