A pavilion with a display of a burial site from the Stone Age has been completed in the Central Bohemian town of Nymburk. The burial site for a man was discovered in 1994. In the new pavilion, which will be opened to the public in the spring, vistiors will be able to view the burial site and a number of educational films. It cost the town 7.5 million crowns to build the pavilion.
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