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Reconstruction/building an iron age house
From summer till winter 2014 there has been built a prehistoric house from the
At this moment we are still busy working on the iron age building to make the walls together with visitors, school classes and volunteers.
The prehistoric house is used from October 2014 as an outdoor school class room and forfor the public. In the future it is planned to use it for workshops, for staff exchanges, experimental actions and to add more infrastructure, tools, pottery, interior and raw materials. For the Hunebedcentrum it is important to show the daily life in the Iron age to all visitors. The main goal is to show that in this period the society changed in a more complex society with a difference in status and wealth. This is less obvious then during the earlier .
The building was built by the company Archeo-Serwis under the guidance of the director Archeo-Serwis: Bert van Valburg and Hein Klompmaker, director Hunebedcentrum.
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