As the weather gets warmer many people look for inspirations where to go for the weekend,we have some unusual ideas.

Großklein / Austria  20.05.2018 beginning at 11:00 am „geh ma zur Keltenrunde"

History and culinary shall attract visitors to spend a day in the neighborhood of Großklein. „Teuta Isarno”- bring life into the celtic open air museum Burgstallkogel by grinding grain, baking bread and cooking food, which can be tasted by all visitors. Archaeologists of the Iron-Age-Danube Project will provide  two guided tours through the surrounding area starting at the Buschenschank Kraus-Ledinegg at 12:00 pm and 03:00 pm.

Picture© Hermann A.M. Mucke - Eigenes Werk 

 Vače / Slovenia

Or we suggest a visit to one of the best known Iron Age sites in Slovenia. Famous situla from Vače is a constant companion for Slovenian citizens, and to see the location where it was found is almost requisite. The site is marked by an archaeological path. A guided tour, merging expert and performance interpretation into a live depiction of Iron Age life in Vače and its environs, is already scheduled for autumn. Circular path starts in the village of Klenik, with information boards leading through the tumuli necropolises to the settlement in Zgornja krona, an uneven plateau with steep slopes. Settlement was protected by a stone wall, today visible only as terrace edge in the northern and eastern part. There are several features setting this site from those we’d already visited: it has a short line of sight, has no water source and is not situated on or in the vicinity of important communication routes. As far as we can tell from the research, however, none of these factors actually influenced the prominence of the Vače settlement.


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