Mersch Roman Ruins

Mersch, Luxembourg

The large Gallo-Roman villa was built in the 1st century AD with a hypocaust and a 75 m long basin.



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Category: Ruins in Luxembourg


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Náira Lustoza (4 months ago)
I only visited the entrance which is ruins because the museum is only open on demand from October to April. The facade is beautiful.
Kamil Szydłowski (8 months ago)
Very nice place
Graham Gibbs (9 months ago)
Not exactly what the word “castle” brings to mind, but a lovely clock and fountain and place to stroll around fir a few minutes if in the area.
Igor Očkovič (13 months ago)
Just an ordinary big house ?
Diana Aguirre (14 months ago)
Nice village
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