Archaeological Excavation in the Palace area
Since 2016 the Association of Friends of Berlanga Castle alongside with the town council have promoted several archaeological excavation on the palace site, with the aim of discovering new finds and continuing with the survey and research of one of the best Renaissance palace in Spain.
The first excavation, carried out in summer 2016, was intended to be a practical course on archaeology in which 18 students from all over Spain took part. Four areas were excavated allowing, thus, the archaeologists to locate the palace courtyard and the entryway.
A second excavation took place in March 2017 which allowed to locate the wine cellar as well as to continue with the research on the palace.
Excavation on the press
"La cata descubre piezas de los arcos del patio"
El día de Soria
"Trabajos arqueológicos en el Palacio de los Marqueses de Berlanga"
"Concluye la primera campaña de excavaciones en el Palacio de Berlanga"
"Berlanga, satisfecha con sus primeras excavaciones del Palacio"
"Berlanga pretende reconstruir su Palacio renacentista"