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Archaeological reserve luzecky culture

Archaeological reserve luzecky culture - archaeological reserve, located in the Polish city of Czestochowa.

The archaeological reserve was discovered in 1955 during construction works on laying the rails. Studies have shown that the find belongs to the iron age (750-550 BC), the total area of the graves was about 100 square meters. During the archaeological work uncovered the graves, skeletons and household items.

In 1965, under the direction of archaeologist Vladimir Blagica the Museum was opened, which eventually became a popular tourist attraction. The conducted research gave the chance to tell Museum visitors about the customs and everyday life of the first inhabitants of the area. Among the most interesting exhibits found during excavations, are three rattles in the shape of birds, jewelry made of meteorite iron, skull and bones of a cave bear, axes, pottery, clay pots. In addition, the graves of the dead was discovered necklaces and bracelets.

Among more recent findings Dating back to the middle ages, it is possible to allocate engravings depicting the siege of the fortress of Jasna góra Swedish army military lapel signs, weapons. The next part of the exhibition illustrate the formation of the administrative system: here you can see the map layout of the castle in Olsztyn, tools, coins and other treasures. The other part of the exhibition presents the częstochowa in the period from the early sixteenth century to 1793.

The Museum exposition is very interesting, it introduces the history of the city since prehistoric times.