On the high plateau of the mountain are the remains of a two-part Celtic ringwall (oppidum), which was one of the largest of its kind north of the Alps with a total length of 8.5 km. It was in the Latène period, about 150 BC. Built and occupied an area of 240 hectares, with the eastern main plant a wall height of about 4 m is detected. A small section, which is about 170 m (as the crow flies) northeast of the Ludwigsturm at 662.5 m altitude, has been reconstructed. The entire plant was about 50 v. Chr. Peacefully evacuated.
March 21, 2018
It is worth the entire route on the former Celtic Wall run (about 5 km), as there are in addition to the reconstruction of the parking lot two more archaeological refurbishments, which give an insight into the cross section and closer to the original construction of the Celts.
October 23, 2018
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