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The Pavlov Archaeological Park is a modern museum that makes one of the most important settlements from long-forgotten times of mammoth hunters accessible tot he public. It brings visitors closer to the settlement area that was formed 30,000 years ago by the modern man Homo sapiens on the slopes of the ridges of the Czech Pollau Mountains and opens a window into the material and spiritual world of the people who lived in the area for several millennia.
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