Büßlingen Roman Villa

Tengen, Germany

The Roman estate of Büßlingen is a restored and reconstructed villa rustica ( Roman estate) from the first century AD, which existed until at least the third century.

The complex comprises nine excavated buildings on an area of ​​5.4 hectares. It is located south-southeast of Büßlingen, a district of Tengen in the Baden-Württemberg district of Konstanz in Germany. After the Villa rustica von Meßkirch , it is the largest known courtyard complex of its kind in southern Germany and also the only one whose buildings, determined by aerial archeology, have been completely excavated. Today it is an open-air museum.

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Büßlingen, Tengen, Germany
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Founded: 1st century AD
Category: Prehistoric and archaeological sites in Germany
Historical period: Germanic Tribes (Germany)

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Polo Vice (14 months ago)
Great for a short trip
Rainer Roessle (15 months ago)
Here you must have seen the blaze of colors of the flower meadow as soon as the grass is knee-high. Really great.
Manuela Krebs (16 months ago)
You have to look at that
Gabriel Burchard (17 months ago)
We camped in the parking lot for one night and it was really interesting to learn about these Roman relics.
Vv vV vV Vv (20 months ago)
Very nice quiet place. Interestingly embedded in the Hegau landscape.
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