The Underground City of Naours: A Subterranean Settlement Complete with Bakeries and Chapels

The underground city of Naours was not originally intended to have been a settlement. But the conflicts that rattled the late Roman Empire and the early Middle Ages led people began to use the subterranean site increasingly as a place to hide. Eventually they even began to construct wells, stables, bakeries, and chapels. How effective would this underground hiding place have been against invaders?

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