Excavation of pluzina filed systems in Debrné

The last excavated pluzina filed systems within the NAKI project was Debrné near Trutnov in Krkonoše Mountain. These extensive pluzinas belong to the former village Debrné founded in 13th century and abandoned after the Second World War. These pluzinas have the similar shape like in Valštejn. These long strip fields are typical for hilly region and for Czech land border mountains. The trench through the hedgerow were excavated and samples were taken.  At the moment there was not discovered the suitable wet site for coring. 

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