In this study, we identified the Matuyama-Brunhes magnetic reversal
recorded in cave sediments in Central Europe, Czech Republic. We
collected discrete samples from the homogeneous sedimentary profile in
the Za Hajovnou cave located in the eastern part of the Czech Republic.
Novel use of characteristic remanent magnetization (ChRM) directions and
VGP path of the data revealed Matuyama-Brunhes transition boundary
within 5 cm of the Za Hajovnou cave sediment. This result revealed a new
more detailed behavior of the polarity transition from the central
European location. Migration of the paleopole between east of Africa and
west of North America is a significant marker in terms of the central
European paleomagnetic record. Also we estimated the sedimentation rate
of the cave. In addition, we discussed our results with a supporting
data associated with tektites in the light of a new hypothesis that a
meteorite impact could be a reason of Matuyama-Brunhes reversal.