The remains of a Roman villa urbana can be found east of the Maltese Castle. This country residence of a large landowner in Mediterranean style covered 5.5 hectares and was built around 30 AD, remaining intact until around 275 AD. A shelter erected over the central building remains of the villa incorporates a museum with the original finds, a model and a video presentation that provide an insight into the daily life of the occupants. In the Roman Gardens you will also find Villa artis, a reproduction of a Roman granary. It contains the Café “Artis” and an arts and cultural centre for people with and without disabilities.
Römermuseum Villa urbana
April bis Oktober
Di–Sa 13–18 Uhr, So u. Fei 11–18 Uhr
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