An Ottoman-era tannery was discovered in Hungary

In Szeged, Hungary, the trace of an Ottoman-era tannery building, a pool used for soaking leather and many glass and metal items have been excavated. Szeged was ruled between 1543 to 1668, and some structures, such as schools, were built during this period. Unfortunately, most of these were destroyed after the fall of the Ottoman Empire, therefore, now very few remain.