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Medieval Konigsberg Street Unearthed in Kaliningrad
31.03.2015 12:39
Medieval Konigsberg Street Unearthed in Kaliningrad

Traces of a medieval street of Konigsberg have been dug out in the center of Kaliningrad.

      It happened in the course of reconstruction works in the on April 9 Street. According to Klops.Ru, excavators removed the layer of old construction debris and thus bared a stoneblock pavement.

      According to experts, it might be a part of the medieval Arnold Strasse. In the perfectly laid surface of the pavement one can clearly see a section of stone blocks chucked together and then padded with soil. Archeologists assume that it can be traces of laying a header pipe line in the post-war period of the city development.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Kaliningrad Konigsberg Archeology   

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