Celtic open-air museum
The Celtic town near Nasavrky in the Iron Mountains is relatively young. It is based on excavations that were carried out in the Czech Republic and so a Celtic village is still established in the 1st century. It is thus possible to look into the homes of the Celts and see the ancient technology.
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The Celts coexisted with farm animals.
This is mainly used for the camps that take place here.
This is what Celtic dwellings could just look like.
One last look
The open-air museum is constantly evolving, so it will offer visitors more and more in 10 years.
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