Archaeological research that preceded the construction of the Liptovská Mara Dam revealed the remains of a self-contained fort on the hill at Havránok. They were part of an important economic and social centre of the Púchov cultural group which flourished there around the turn of the millennia. Archaeologists also discovered a preserved remnant of the original Celtic palisade of a Celtic fort. The findings from the New Iron Age, the gates of the Celtic fort and shrine dating from the time before Christ have been indicatively reconstructed. In the Middle Ages, from the 12th to 16th century, a small castle was built on the site.
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