Czech archeologists say they have found significant traces of a hitherto unknown medieval agricultural village on the outskirts of Pardubice. Many of the traces of the village from the 14th century in the Stéblová district are well preserved thanks to the groundwater present. That has meant that some wooden as well as stone objects have been conserved. The excavation has taken place due to work on a new road junction.
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