The building is in the southern part of the old town, known as Vokia corner. The archaeological layer was formed at the end of the 14th century – beginning of the 15th century on this site. The archaeological layers are rather thin; an entire group of fireplaces and hearths placed one above another were discovered. Most probably it was wooden buildings that were constructed, as wooden buildings prevailed until the beginning of the 17th century. By the middle of the 16th century the stone granaries had been constructed on the site, and later stone houses were built as well.