Villa Rustica

Bollendorf, Germany

Villa Rustica in Bollendorf was a Roman villa built in the 2nd century AD. It was used until 6th century when it was destroyed by fire. The villa had 11x17m size atrium and hypocaust central heating system.


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Founded: 2nd century AD
Category: Prehistoric and archaeological sites in Germany
Historical period: Germanic Tribes (Germany)


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Maikel (13 months ago)
On our way to Vianden we passed by here and had a look. Not very spectacular but nice to see. Foundations of a villa from Roman times with parts of a kitchen, bathroom and contours of a living room with a staircase to the cellar. Completely covered and accessible for free.
Sir Brokalot FPV (2 years ago)
Doesn't really look like anything.. Theres this augmented reality app that should show the actual building that was suppose to be build but its not working properly. Not worth visiting
Michael Hermans (4 years ago)
Not much to see, but a lot of nice walkspass by it
Eddie_Spaghetti (6 years ago)
Unfortunately, the housing for these ruins has fallen into disrepair, leaving the site looking more like a hoodlum hangout rather than a 1st century villa. What could have been an interesting visit, was ruined when you see the amount of discarded trash about the area and the graffiti taggings along most of the walls. A disappointment for something that could have held more intrigue.
Luc Hemelaer (7 years ago)
Missed opportunity to keep history alive because of poor maintenance...
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