15th century moat gate found in the Netherlands

Archaeologists in Eindhoven, Netherlands have discovered the remains of a 15th century gate, one of three that guarded the medieval city. The Woensel Gate stood in the middle of a wooden bridge which spanned a moat.

According to experts, the city's moat was used as a garbage dump and now affords researchers the chance to study a variety of artifacts from spearheads to animal bones. City officials plan to incorporate the gate remains into the cityscape.