Built Cultural Heritage

Felsőmező archaeological site at Dolga Vas


Copper Age, the Bronze Age, Roman period

Gornje njive is an archaeological site on the marshy side of the floodplain of the Kebele stream, on a flat but slightly elevated field, on the eastern slope of Lendava Mountain, 1 km from Dolga Vas. The site was explored between 1997 and 1998 (Gornje njive 1) and in 2004 during the construction of the motorway (Gornje njive 2). The oldest settlement remains include some pits and copper pottery remains. Few artifacts and finds have survived from the Bronze Age and antiquity. The site predominantly contains remains of medieval settlements (from the late 9th century to the first half of the 13th century).

Information on digitization

Name of site
Dolga vas/Hosszúfalu
Identification number of unit
Persons or organizations tied to history of unit of built cultural tradition
Pomurski muzej Murska Sobota
Protection status of unit
Spomenik lokalnega pomena
Zavod za varstvo kulturne dediščine – enota Maribor
File name
300 dpi
Restrictions on use
Brez omejitev
Date of documentation
Person documenting
Tadeja Andrejek

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