A trip into the past, to discover the Celts and Romans In the remarkable natural area of the Blies valley, on both sides of the French-German border, the European Archaeological Park Bliesbruck-Reinheim presents the results of excavations mainly from the Celtic and Gallo-Roman periods. Dive into the past by visiting the reconstruction of the tomb of the Princess of Reinheim, one of the richest Celtic burials in Europe. Enter the Gallo-Roman baths to understand the ritual of bathing. Opposite them, in the forum, was the heart of the small ancient city with its artisanal and commercial districts. Nearby, a huge villa, with reconstructed agricultural production buildings and the master's residence, supplied the city. Discover, in the exhibition spaces, the tools and creations of the Roman craftsmen, the exotic imported products, the interior of the Roman house, the buried treasures, the agricultural tools and the monumental decorations.
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