Archaeological exhibition – late Bronze age (13th century B. C.)
The Oloris archaeological exhibition of the late Bronze Age (13th century B.C.) got its name after the name of the fallow near the settlement Gornji Lakoš near Lendava. The western part of the Pannonian plain is extremely rich in finds from the prehistory.
The most common find of the Oloris settlement is pottery, some of which are ornamented. Traces of buildings had also been found, but there aren’t many bronze items because these were brought here by merchants.