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2011 | 49 | 173 - 206
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VÝSLEDKY VÝSKUMU V PODOLÍNCI

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Results of research in Podolínec
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Archaeological research is done in the town of Podolínec, at the St. Anna’s Church cemetery. Two supporting pillars of the original central octagonal structure were determined. The foundations of an older building claimed in previous research were not affirmed. The location of the western gate of Podolínec was closer to the river Poprad than the nowadays location where road crosses the fortification. Foundations of the original gate are located at today’s Municipal office. Service lines trench also cut a probable room of the former Podolínec castle at the site of today’s fire brigade base. Presence of two thick walls was determined at the town square in front of the Municipal office building. A part of a walling was uncovered at the site of the northern gate. The wall might have been a part of the southern wing of Podolínec’s northern gate. 11 meters of a damaged stone wall were determined in the area in front of the eastern gate.
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49
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173 - 206
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