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Keltengehöft am Dünsberg (DE)
At the Dünsberg, you would find in thea defended Oppidum or hillfort. Probably it plaid an important role until about the year 9 BC when the Roman influence became much bigger in this area. Excavations go back to as early as 1903.
In the main building, measuring 5.6 x 8.6 metres, one will find the information centre and the . Priority is given to information about the Celts, plants and animals, in the woods and modern techniques at the Dünsberg. In a diorama one can see a blacksmith with an furnace.
The middle building measures 3 x 4 metres and is the service building with toilets and storage of tools. The other smaller annex measures 2.5 x 2.5 metres and will be used as Celtic storage house. It was constructed in so called “podestbau” . To make it complete, a herbal garden is made between the houses, showing what the Celts might have used. The Celtic village is open for about 12 hours a week, please consult their website.
Picture by Cherubino
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