Museo Romano: Schwäbischer Wald


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La vita dei Romani

Nel museo Romano, situato all’interno del bellissimo castello di Mainhardt, il turista puó ammirare imponenti lapidi e altari divini. Accanto ai numerosi oggetti antichi di uso quotidiano e ad un vivace castello, il museo dispone della prova che talvolta i soldati Romani dedicarono il loro tempo anche al divertimento. In una tegola rimangono ancora i segni del gioco del mulino, scalfito quasi 2000 anni fa.

Per ulteriori informazioni riguardo al Museo Romano di Mainhardt vi invitiamo a navigare sul sito internet del Comune di Mainhardt: