Extensive Bronze Age ruins discovered in north China

Archaeologists conducted preliminary research and collected samples at newly discovered ancient ruins in Alxa Right Banner in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. The ancient ruins measure about 800 meters in length and 300 meters in width. The ruins contain more than 20 stone-made square or circle sites. Many stone artifacts and some red pottery shards, chopping tools and scrapers were also discovered in the ruins. According to archaeologists, the ruins could be the residence or workshop of humans from the early Bronze Age.