Somehow I hadn't realized the excavations were ongoing, so that means this place changes every year. You see the pit by guided tour, but are welcome to walk back on your own after. There is a small museum attached that is worth going through, though it won't take very long. It was interesting to see what they had uncovered, though I couldn't help feeling bad for the animals that had been trapped!
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