Archeopark Pavlov

Over the decades, archaeologists in Moravia have discovered a large number of items from places where our ancestors lived in the Paleolithic period, the time of the mammoth hunters. The collections of stone and bone tools and rare art objects, as well as an extensive set of human skeletal remains are now exhibited in the newly opened Pavlov Archaeological Museum, approximately 50km south of Brno. The focus of the displays is on topics such as hunting, daily life, art, the rituals of burial, magic and technology, including the oldest known evidence of textile production in the world.

The entire building is below ground so that the visitor symbolically enters into the ground and walks back through time to the ancient finds of more than 25,000 years ago, when the mammoth hunters left.



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