BERLIN: Archaeologists have unearthed a cake made of almonds and walnuts from the rubble of a town destroyed in an airstrike during World War II.
According to archaeologists Lazarus Ren and Doris Mohrenberg, the cake, made of walnut and almond wrapped in wax paper, found 79 years later, although burned by an air raid, is still in good condition. , While the stuffed fruit and sugar carvings inside it are still clearly visible.
According to the Daily Mail, the cake was found in the basement of a house in the coastal city of lubek, which was destroyed by British airstrikes in World War II.
Experts say the owner of the house from which the cake was discovered was a local businessman named Johan Varme. And the house was burned down in March 1942 as a result of an aerial bombardment by the British Royal Air Force.
Experts say the cake was accompanied by a coffee set (plate, knives and spoons) and a music record, including the moonlight sonata of the famous 18th-century German music composer Ludwig van Beethoven and the symphony number 9.