IPN said in a statement: “In recent weeks, the estate’s administration has started earthworks – the paving of the parking lot – within the selected area.
“From the very beginning, the IPN’s archaeologists have participated in these works, with the investor’s consent.
“At the same time, the Office has taken formal steps to obtain all permits necessary to conduct a full archaeological search there.”
At the start of June 2020, fragments of human bones were uncovered but no burial pit was found.
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