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The Roman fort Saalburg is not only a museum but also an archeological park.
The Saalburg offers entertainment for all ages.
On the opposite side of the street you can find a house of the dead hidden in the forest.
For all the more knowledgeable here the link:
And for the Wanderfans who want to try the Limes, there are more info here:
Have lots of fun with it :-)
5 de mayo de 2017
The Saalburg, in Roman times a fort with a camp village on the border of the Roman Empire to the Germanic tribal areas, was rebuilt around 1900 on the initiative of Kaiser Wilhelm II. The facility, which is unique in the world, belongs to the Limes UNESCO World Heritage Site.
You can see the complete enclosure, stone and wood buildings and reconstructed ovens. Staged rooms, models and archaeological finds illustrate the living and working world of the soldiers and the population in the village just outside the gates. A tour of the Saalburg gives visitors a good insight into the history, culture and way of life of the Romans.
11 de agosto de 2019
No opening times are given on site!
Opening times according to website:
Roman castle Saalburg
March to October daily 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
November to February Tue-Sun 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. (Mon closed)
Closed on December 24th and 31st
Last admission half an hour before closing
25 de septiembre de 2019
The Saalburg, in Roman times a fort with a camp village on the border between the Roman Empire and the Germanic tribal areas, was rebuilt around 1900 on the initiative of Kaiser Wilhelm II. The complex, which is unique in the world, is part of the Limes UNESCO World Heritage Site.
You can see the complete enclosure, buildings made of stone and wood and reconstructed ovens. Staged rooms, models and archaeological finds illustrate the living and working world of the soldiers and the population in the village in front of the gates. A tour of the Saalburg gives visitors a good insight into the history, culture and way of life of the Romans.
8 de diciembre de 2020
Built in the reign of the Roman emperor Trajan at the beginning of the 2nd century. AD, the castle served for 150 years as a base for the border guards. The 600-strong second Raeterkohorte protected from here from the Limes in the Hochtaunus. After the withdrawal of the Roman troops fell into the Saalburg and was only in the middle of the 19th century. again noticed and dug up. Emperor Wilhelm II had the castle rebuilt 1897-1907 as a research institute and open-air museum faithfully. Under old trees were replicas of Roman sanctuaries and village houses, which corresponds to the romantic idea of an ancient landscape. The Saalburg is today part of the UNESCO World Heritage "Obergermanisch - Raetischer Limes". In the TABERNA palatal joys are offered for sale from the Roman kitchen. We recommend!
27 de enero de 2019
Do you have to give any tips about the Saalburg? Not really, it is known worldwide. And you can get enough information on the Internet these days, even the Saalburg has a website. The fort is surrounded by a fence, so that you can go in and out at 2 of the 4 gates. Entering the site is only possible through the replica Roman houses, which contain the souvenir and checkout area. If you want to avoid large groups of visitors, you should probably come on vacation. But even there is no guarantee! Otherwise, there are only school classes and groups during the week, and the day trippers come on weekends.
20 de mayo de 2020
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