A dog finds the "biggest treasure" of the past 100 years in Poland

A dog named "Kaytos" has found a treasure in Poland, which is considered the largest in the past 100 years.

During the daily wanderings with its owner, the dog found unique gold and silver coins (bractea) dating back to the first half of the thirteenth century, with inscriptions on one side, and preserved in a pottery vessel.

This treasure is considered unique, not because it was discovered by a dog, but because the coins were not used for a long time, as it is known that the coins at that time were melted and minted again 2-3 times a year.

It was found that the metal pieces are in good condition, and on one side there are engravings of the mythical animal Griffin, nymphs or angels with different architectural elements.

It is believed that someone hid these coins, which according to preliminary estimates were made in Brandenburg, Saxony and Silesia.

Some believe that the story of the discovery of the treasure by the dog is exaggerated.

Because they believe that the treasure was discovered after scanning the area with a metal detector.

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