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M3 Archeopark - new palaeolithic house
Hungary

The rebuilt new palaeolithic house, which is single in Europe, represents it in the archaeological part of the park (before a chronology 5000-4600).

The house 7x11 metre greatness, his altitude 5,5 metres, with a pile construction. His wall between the bearing piles prepared from a weaved tree comma and cane, and scraping, red okker with a paint decorated. His floor rammed and plastered land, his roof was covered with cane. The house's equipment was being made based on the reconstruction of objects with a similar age.

M3 Archeopark

M3 ARCHEOPARK was opened to the public on 01 May 2007. Established in a nearly 5-hectare area, the leisure-time park offers an insight into the history of the region, the objects used here, as well as its folk culture. Apart from a burial hillock and the reconstructed structures of Csörsz Ditch, visitors can see a house from the New Stone Age that is unique in Europe. With the help of archeological–scientific multimedia materials, interested guests can get acquainted with the unmatched flora and fauna the North Great Plain Region, the indigenous animals of the grassland, ethnographic characteristics, the cultural heritage of the region, values of cultural history, and can view the authentic copies of the archeological findings excavated during the motorway construction works.

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Copyright: Tibor Illes
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Uploaded: 13/12/2009
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Tags: hungary; panorama; archeopark; park; polgar; motorway; m3 motorway
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