More than 2000-year-old fragments of ceramics and bones uncovered in Trenčín

The most precious findings are metal objects and two reliefs in the shape of human heads.

(Source: TASR)

The underground of forest park Brezina revealed its secrets in 2020. During ongoing archaeological research in Čerešnový Sad, archaeologists uncovered many findings from various historic eras.

The oldest ones date back to the Iron Age. Trenčín Museum wants to exhibit found fragments from the Celtic sacrificial place at one of the exhibitions next year, regional daily My Trenčín reported.

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Archaeological research in the forest park started on July 21 and is linked with the reconstruction of the access path to the recently finished reconstruction of the southern fortification of Trenčín Castle.

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