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What was life like over 100 years ago in the Bitburg region and what legacy have the Romans left us?

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Kreismuseum Bitburg

Bitburg County Museum

Bitburg

The Bitburg County Museum depicts the history of the region, reminds us of the people who once lived here and presents us with treasures of the past.

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Archäologischer Parcours Bitburg - Römermauer, © Tourist-Information Bitburger Land
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Bitburg archeological trail

Bitburg

Ancient walls and a virtual Roman world: Using augmented reality and the latest technology, a stroll around the Eifel beer metropolis becomes a journey through time.

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Museum Speicher, © Tourist-Information Bitburger Land

Museum Speicher

Speicher

The museum of Speicher offers an insight into the everyday life of our ancestors. The museum’s highlights include the exhibition entitled “Necessity is the Mother of Invention”, which shows how the people of the Eifel converted war materials into everyday objects…

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Find the treasure, © TI Bitburger Land

castle rally

Malberg, Rheinland-Pfalz

Together with castle ghost Heinrich find the treasure of Malberg Castle.

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Römerstraße Meilbrück, © ARGO - Augmented Archaeology (Universität Trier)

ARGO Roman Road Meckel-Meilbrück

Meckel

Experience ancient reality on the go with ARGO - Augmented Archaeology.
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Langmauer Herforst, © TI Bitburger Land

Roman long wall

Herforst

In the community forest of Herforst, the so-called "Arenberg Forest", there are still remains of this wall as a 1 m-high stone wall with original foundations.

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Villa Otrang Luftaufnahme, © GDKE-Rheinisches Landesmuseum Trier, Thomas Zühmer

Villa Otrang, relicts of Roman glory

Fließem

This is how luxurious and pleasant country living was for rich Romans. Take a look at the artistic mosaic floor! And then the beautiful view.

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Blick auf Schloss Malberg, © Tourist-Information Bitburger Land

Schloss Malberg & Gärten

Malberg

Dating from the 16th and 17th centuries, this fine Renaissance palace provides an elegant venue for cultural events. Two romantic gardens provide a panoramic view of the surrounding forested areas. Guided tours: April to October, Sat 14. 30 hours; price: 4 Euros per person…

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