Iron Age homestead

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Historical site
The Iron Age Homestead is a reconstruction of a historical building complex from the years 500 BC. BC, which was discovered during excavation work a few hundred meters from the current location in the 80s. The buildings, fields and gardens were rebuilt in 2002 using local materials and largely using traditional Iron Age methods. Other buildings, such as a place of worship, are being planned. The homestead is mainly used for research into the pre-Roman period, for seminars and events such as the Iron Age craft market.

 

Good to know

author

Office for Culture and Tourism

Düsseldorfer Strasse 26
40822 Mettmann

0049 2104 99-0

info@neanderland.de

Organization

Mettmann district

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