Celtic-Roman Settlement in the Enge near Bern

Bern

Bern - Sky View 1

Bern - Sky View 1

A12 Weyermannshaus direction Fribourg

A12 Weyermannshaus direction Fribourg

Bärenplatz, Stadt Bern

Bärenplatz, Stadt Bern

Schloss Bümpliz, CH-3018 Bern

Schloss Bümpliz, CH-3018 Bern

A1 Grauholz direction Zurich

A1 Grauholz direction Zurich

Kirchenfeld

Kirchenfeld

Bern

Bern

A1 Neufeld dir Forsthaus

A1 Neufeld dir Forsthaus

A1 Wankdorf dir. Grauholz

A1 Wankdorf dir. Grauholz

A1 Wankdorf Nord direction Lausanne

A1 Wankdorf Nord direction Lausanne

A6 Wankdorf Nord direction Grauholz

A6 Wankdorf Nord direction Grauholz

A6 Ostring direction Wankdorf

A6 Ostring direction Wankdorf

A1 Wankdorf dir. Thun

A1 Wankdorf dir. Thun

Zytglogge, Kramgasse, Bern

Zytglogge, Kramgasse, Bern

A1 Felsenauviadukt direction Vaud

A1 Felsenauviadukt direction Vaud

A1 Neufeld - Wankdorf

A1 Neufeld - Wankdorf

A1 Betlehem Bern direction Ville

A1 Betlehem Bern direction Ville

Bern-Altstadt - Münstergasse

Bern-Altstadt - Münstergasse

Bärecam

Bärecam

Archeological walk with information panels about the character, age and importance of the Celtic and Roman settlement and excavations (combined with a didactic forest trail).

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The Enge peninsula north of the city of Bern has been known for more than 200 years as a discovery site of Roman artifacts. In the 20th century excavations took place again and again. At around 100 BC at the latest, the Helvetians occupied the Swiss Mittelland; one of the largest settlements was found on the Enge peninsula.

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