"Gallo-Roman site" Dalheim

Where? Neie Wee, L-5687 Dalheim

Large vicus on the Roman road

Large vicus (whose origins date back to about 1st century BC) on the Roman road from Trier to Metz, constituted by many dwellings and public buildings and temples, the ruins of a Gallo-Roman theater have been found. Excavations have been under way since 1977.

Vicus Ricciacus

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Closed Opens at 03:00 pm
Opening hours are subject to change. Please check them before your visit in order to be sure.
Saturday30.09.2023 : 15:00 - 18:00
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Address: "Gallo-Roman site" Dalheim
Neie Wee
L-5687 Dalheim
Phone:+352 621 351 046
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