Celtic-Roman Settlement in the Enge near Bern

Bern

Bern: Altstadt - Münstergasse

Bern: Altstadt - Münstergasse

Bern

Bern

Bern: Kirchenfeld

Bern: Kirchenfeld

Bern: A1 Neufeld dir Forsthaus

Bern: A1 Neufeld dir Forsthaus

Bern: Traffic Views

Bern: Traffic Views

Bern: A1 Felsenauviadukt direction Vaud

Bern: A1 Felsenauviadukt direction Vaud

Bern: A1 Wankdorf Nord direction Lausanne

Bern: A1 Wankdorf Nord direction Lausanne

Bern: A12 Weyermannshaus direction Fribourg

Bern: A12 Weyermannshaus direction Fribourg

Bern: A1 Betlehem - direction Ville

Bern: A1 Betlehem - direction Ville

Bern: Nydeggkirche

Bern: Nydeggkirche

Bern: A6 Wankdorf Nord direction Grauholz

Bern: A6 Wankdorf Nord direction Grauholz

Bern: A1 Neufeld - Wankdorf

Bern: A1 Neufeld - Wankdorf

Bern: A6 Ostring direction Wankdorf

Bern: A6 Ostring direction Wankdorf

Bern: A1 Grauholz direction Zurich

Bern: A1 Grauholz direction Zurich

Bern: Altstadt - Kramgasse

Bern: Altstadt - Kramgasse

Bern: Bärenplatz, Stadt

Bern: Bärenplatz, Stadt

Bern: Bärecam

Bern: Bärecam

Bern: Livespotting - Best Western Hotel

Bern: Livespotting - Best Western Hotel

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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