New archaeological finds discovered underneath Greece's second largest city have been revealed to the media for the first time. The findings in northern Thessaloniki came to light during the archaeological excavations earlier this month and were announced on national television. They include well-preserved floor mosaics from the 4th century AD. According to local reports, archaeologists believe the multicoloured mosaics belong to a large public building complex or urban villa. Writes the filmer: "The mosaics under today's Egnatia Street, reveal the glamour, luxury and beauty that prevailed in Thessaloniki during the Roman period." The excavation is still ongoing.