Archeologists find remains of a 13th century building in central Prague

During preparations for the installation of new plumbing in the center of Prague, archeologists discovered the remains of a large farm house from the beginning of the 13th century. Only a few meters below street level on Rytířská street, a building 70 meters long and eight meters wide was uncovered. Archeologists from the Prague City Museum said that this building was larger than most built at the time. They were able to recover brickwork from the outer wall of the building as well as the remains of a medieval stove.

Author: Masha Volynsky