Castle Corridor Discovered in Slovakia — Archaeological Headlines – Archaeology Magazine

SEDLISKÁ, SLOVAKIA—A vaulted, brick-lined corridor connecting the northern and western wings has been discovered at eastern Slovakia’s Čičva Castle, according to a report in The Slovak Spectator. The castle was built in the early fourteenth century. L’ubomír Hutka of Pro Futuro said the bricks used in the construction of the corridor are usually found in…

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