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Archaeological exhibition

Archaeological exhibition
There are many interesting and important archaeological sites in Western Slovakia. The oldest evidence of settlement in this area is a fragment of frontal bones from the skull of a Neanderthal woman estimated to be about 45,000 years old found by the river Váh. This exhibition contains remains of prehistoric animals, agricultural tools and cult objects of the Neolithic man, as well as objects from the Bronze Age. Terracotta pottery, coins and a large military camp of the Pác village reflect the Roman period. There are also exhibits which come from the Great Moravian fortified settlements (such as Moravany nad Váhom, Molpír, Prašník, Majcichov).