In the foothills of the Orlické mountains, the association Villa Nova started constructing an archaeological open airin 1993. There are a few houses, a smithy, a pottery workshop, kilns, a extracting site, all based on archaeological sites in the region, dating to the 13th and 14th century...
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|EXARC consists of four internal networks for our Members.|
Subjects are Archaeological Open-Air Museums, Experimental Archaeology, Ancient Technology and Interpretation.
|The EXARC community is vibrant, dynamic and growing with almost 200 members in 30+ countries we offer a strong supportive network where everyone interested in these subjects can exchange knowledge, experience and best practice... Read more|
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|EXARC also organises small-scale collaborations and international partnerships to raise the profile of the participants and allow other members to benefit from their experience... Read more|
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