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The Gáva culture was a late bronze age culture of Eastern Slovakia considered a subtype of the Urnfield facies. The culture originated in Slovakia in the early twentieth century BC. Gáva people lived in settlements and castles that they built in the Slovakian and Transylvanian uplands.
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