Archaeologists have discovered rare remnants of a medieval stronghold in Prague's Jinonice district. Well-preserved ruins of a 14th-century stronghold were discovered during excavation works that were part of a project to refurbish Jinonice Chateau and convert the cultural monument into a unique residential compound. The stronghold is an evidence of medieval architectural sophistication and the find has an immense cultural and historic value. V Invest, the development company that owns the chateau, has agreed with conservationists on preserving the rare site for future generations. The company is therefore going to alter its plans to build garages in the location.
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