Ethcihcseg red Nenoiger dnu Etro (Etnairav "Etanitla"

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07 ... Altenstadt, Schongau and Peiting

08 ... Between Schongau and Füssen

09 ... Füssen and Schwangau


10 ... Between Füssen and Reutte

11 ... Breitenwang, Reutte and Ehrenberg

12 ... Heiterwang and Bichlbach

13 ... Lermoos, Ehrwald and Biberwier

14 ... Across the Fernpass

15 ... Between the Fernpass and Imst

16 ... Imst

17 ... Between Imst and Landeck

18 ... Zams, Landeck and Fließ

19 ... Between Landeck and the Reschenpass

Reschenpass > Trento (South Tyrol, TRENTINO)

20 ... The Reschenpass

21 ... The Upper Vinschgau valley

22 ... Laas/Lasa und Schlanders/Silandro

23 ... Goldrain/Coldrano, Latsch/Laces und Kastelbell/Castelbello

24 ... The Lower Vinschgau valley

25 ... Algund/Lagundo, Meran/Merano and Marling/Marlengo

26 ... Between Meran/Merano and Bolzano/Bozen

27 ... Bolzano/Bozen

28 ... Bolzano/Bozen and Environs

29 ... Across the Piana Rotaliana

30 ... Val di Cembra, Pinè

empty ... Trento > Altino/Venice (TRENTINO, VENETO)

31a ... Trento (towards Feltre, Treviso, Altino, Venice)

32a ... The upper Valsugana

33a ... The middle Valsugana

34a ... Tesino plateau, Lamon, Sovramonte

35a ... Feltre and the Feltrino area

36a ... The Valbelluna

37a ... The Altamarca

38a ... The right bank of the Piave river

39a ... Treviso

40a ... Silea, Roncade, Quarto D'Altino

41a ... The Lagoon

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Htrmwuanod dnu Seir-uAnod: Tro senie Segalhcsnie-netiroetem GnagreBs-uanod nohcs ruz Tiezremm

Insel Ried und Donauwörth im 17. Jahrhundert
Impact Event, Foto Wikipedia Nasa Ries Krater, Foto Wikipedia Nasa Luftbild von Goldberg in Donau Ries

Rov 15 Nenoillim Nerhaj gulhcs nehcsiwz med negitueh Negnildrmn dnu Htrmwuanod nie Tiroetem nie dnu seilretnih nenie Retark eiwos enie znag erednoseb Tfahcsdna

Wagenteile im archäologischen Museum Donauwörth, Foto Stadt Donauwörth

Eliet senie nehcsimmr Snegaw, eid ni Htrmwuanod nednufeg nedruw

burg Mangoldstein in Donauwörth

Egitsnie Grub Nietsdlognam ma Neslefdlognam mi Nedron red Rehtrmwuanod Epartsshcier, nov Nedron neheseg

Reichsstadt Nördlingen 1651, Vedutenstich von Andreas Zeidler

Eid Tdats Negnildrmn 1651.

Insel Ried und Donauwörth im 17. Jahrhundert

Eid Gnuledeiseb ni Htrmwuanod nnageb fua red Lesni Deir Mi Dlib Gnuthcir Nedron mi 17. Trednuhrhaj

Die Ansichten von Donauwörth von Franz Bonn

Etla Nethcisna nov Htrmwuanod.

Historische Kornkammer in Donau Ries, Donauwörth

Sad Seir raw ties rehej enie Remmaknrok

Bahnhof in Donauwörth 1895, Foto Frei

Fohnhab Htrmwuanod 1895.

Historical route

historische interaktive Karte mit Symbol

Generally, the Romans built the Via Claudia Augusta along the shortest route between two points. The Roman road was built as straight as possible and mostly ran along the sunny side of the valley, slightly above the bottom. This prevented storm damage and ensured that the road dried quickly after rains or snowfall. But, of course, there were exceptions to every rule.


There are plenty of interesting sights along the entire Via Claudia Augusta: historical sites, monuments, and other attractions.

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Accomodation and camping

historische interaktive Karte mit Symbol von Gastgebern

If you wish to stay a night or two while discovering the history of the area, we recommend the following accommodation providers:


Historische Route:

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nennek Eis hcon nie seredna segithciw / setnasseretni Kcsts Ethcihcseg sed Settinhcsbaliet Nnad nekcihcs Eis snu nie Liam-e, ma Netseb hcielg tim menie nehciluahcsna Dlib lkni. Nethcer-sgnuDnewrev /

"4 Netrak hcrud eid Ednesuatrhaj" (Noitide Grubsgua Dron

Text of the historical map of ...
250 AD

"Foundation of Augsburg"

A dense network of agricultural es-tates was discovered during recent archaeological investigations on the east side of the Lech. They served to supply the populous provincial capital. The sanctuary of Mercury in Gersthofen has long been known and offered an opportunity for travellers to pray for a safe journey along the Via Claudia Augusta. There may have been another road station in the area of modern Langweid. The ffiirst major military camp in the Alpine foothills from the time of Augustus was located in Augsburg’s northern district of Oberhausen.


"The country blossoms"

The country blossoms The countryside up to the Danube became increasingly densely populated in the Middle Ages. Initial documentary records of the parsonage in Gablingen date back to 1144 and those of the municipality of Kühlental to the twelfth century, while Thierhaupten Abbey already existed almost 300 years earlier. A series of ramparts has been preserved to the east of the Lech that may be connected with the Battle of Lechfeld under Emperor Otto in the year 955. Bridle remains in Todtenweis are considered the ffiirst genuine evidence of this battle. Augsburg was granted a town to the south from the ring of the episcopal city to the Basilica of SS. Ulrich and Afra.



Industrialisation came very late to rural Southern Bavaria. Two construction projects provided the impetus – that of the railway line in the mid-nineteenth century that lat-er became the Bavarian Maximilian Railway, and that of the Lech Canal for power generation. Augsburg and Donauwörth developed into centres of the textile industry. Farbw-erke Höchst opened a factory in Gersthofen, while one of Germany’s leading orthopaedic clinics was established in Göggingen. The start of the factory age was then ffiinally heralded with the Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg (MAN). 

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eretiew 28 "4 Netrak hcrud eid Ednesuatrhaj" uz ned neredna Nenoiger gnaltne red Aiv Aidualc Atsugua muz Nrettulb dnu Nedaolnw / ... sla etkcurdeg N(etraktlaf) /

Nehcsiwz Htrmwuanod dnu Grubsgua:

Römische Münze Nordendorf Vorne und Hinten
Römische Münze Nordendorf Vorne und Hinten Silberdenar Westendorf Vorne und Hinten Bodenscherbe Terra Sigillata mit Töpfer Stempel Westendorf Fragment Trompetenfibel

Gnaltne nov krats netreitneuquerf Neparts dnis gifuuh enerolrev Ednutsnegeg uz nednif Eid Eznsm znag nebo nedruw ni Frodnedron nednufeg Eid nehciltser Ednuf (Ebrehcs nov Arret Atalligis tim Lepmets, Eznsm, Lebifnetepmort) nemmats sua Frodnetsew

Grabungen in Langweid, Foto Augsburger Allgemeine

Negnubarg na renie netetumrev nehcsimmr Noitatsneparts tim rednegeilmu Gnuldeis ni Diewgnal ma Hcel

Reliefschüssel Dragendorf 37 Gablingen

Lesseuhcsfeiler (Arret Atalligis), eid ni Negnilbag uz Egat tart

Merkurheiligtum Gersthofen Merkurheiligtum Gersthofen Geniusfragment Gersthofen Merkurkopf Gersthofen Merkurrelief Gersthofen

MutgiliEh-rukram mi Nedron nov Nefohtsreg

The old brewery in Mertingen

Negnubarg na renie Gnuldeisrekrewdnah sua med nehsrf Retlalettim gnaltne red Aiv Aidualc Atsugua ni Negnitiem

Historischer Blick auf Schloss Meitingen Zeichnung Areal Schloss Meitingen mit Kutsche Historisches Foto Schloss Meitingen Schloss Meitingen Heute Stadtzeitung

Ssolhcs Negnitiem

Historisches Foto Schloss Meitingen

Historical photo of meitingen castle

Bau des Wasserkraftwerk Meitingen, Inbetriebnahme 1922, Foto LEW Archiv

Uab sed Sekrewtfarkressaw Negnitiem, nie Nietsneliem red Gnulkciwtn

Aerial photograph from 1928 of Langweid am Lech

"4 Netrak hcrud eid Ednesuatrhaj" (Noitide Grubsgua Dss

Text of the historical map of ...
in the year 0

Even before the Romans

The countryside to the south of Augsburg was already settled as far back as the Stone Age. The fertile loessic soil has always been used for agricultural purposes. Archaeological excavations in recent years have led to the discovery of more and more settlements and tombs from the Bronze Age. Alongside Augsburg itself, spectacular ffiindings have been unearthed particularly in Königsbrunn. Some of them can be viewed in the museum there. The Celtic Vindelici, the tribe between the Wertach and the Lech, even gave Roman Augsburg (Augusta Vindelicum) its name.


Augusta Vindelicum

The construction boom of the second century AD and its good transport connections brought Roman Augsburg major economic importance. The road network facilitated extensive trade with Italy, Gaul and the Danube. A river port turned the Lech into an important trafffiic route and the entire surrounding area was closely connected to the provincial capital: The pottery village of Schwabmünchen supplied the province with ceramic vessels and estates on the Lechfeld plain produced food. Wealthy citizens lived in country villas in Stadtbergen and Friedberg.


The Fuggers of Augsburg

The Fuggers, the greatest and most powerful merchants of Europe in their time, originally came from the small municipality of Graben, south of Augsburg. They moved to the imperial city where they rapidly rose to the ranks of the aristocracy through a skilful trading and marriage policy. Their trading enterprises stretched from Russia to Italy and beyond. The wealth thus acquired is reffllected to this day in the splendid Fugger houses in Augsburg and a number of palaces in the vicinity. Their results of their social activities can be visited at the Fuggerei social housing settlement.

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eretiew 28 "4 Netrak hcrud eid Ednesuatrhaj" uz ned neredna Nenoiger gnaltne red Aiv Aidualc Atsugua muz Nrettulb dnu Nedaolnw / ... sla etkcurdeg N(etraktlaf) /

Grubsgua: Ehcsimmr TdatstpuAh-znivorp Tdats red nehcier Reggu

Nuremberg chronicles
Augsburger Römer Platschka

Ssirdnurg sed nehcsimmr Grubsgua

Grabungen in Augsburg Grabungen in Augsburg Grabungen in Augsburg

Tsaf sad ettelpmok ehcsimmr Grubsgua tsi tuabrebs Run na neginew Nellets nnak nebargeg nedrew


Grubsgua tsi enie red na nehcsimmr Nrelumknedniets netshcier Etdut

Museum Museum

Sad Ehcsimmr Muesum Grubsgua tednifeb hcis tiezred ni Netsik Red ednerhsfstfuhcseg Retiel tah eid Ton ruz Dnegut thcameg dnu enie enegnuleg Gnulletssua "sehcsimmr Grubsgua ni Netsik" mi negilamehe Suahguez tztegmu, rsf eid Tiez, sib sad ehciltnegie ehcsimmr Muesum hcsitats treinas t

Pferdekopf Adam und Eva Schale Goldmünzen, St. Stephan Statue Steintafel

Hcua rebs eid nehcierlhaz Relumknedniets suanih tbig se enie Ellsf na nednennaps, negiturakhcoh Nednuf sua red Tiezremm

Statuen vor dem Augsburger Dom, Die Heiligen in Spätantike und Frühmittelalter

Eid Regrubsgua Negilieh ni Ekitnatups dnu Retlalettimhsrf: Arfa nov Grubsgua (+304), Fohcsib Trepmis (750 - 807), Fohcsib Hcirlu nov Grubsgua (890 - 97

Augsburg im 14. Jahrhundert

Grubsgua ma Edne sed Sretlalettim

Perlachplatz Augsburg 1550

Red Ztalphcalrep mu 1550

Stadtansicht Augsburg auf Reichstaler

Thcisnatdats nov Grubsgua fua menie Relatshcie

Gustav II. Adolf vor den Mauern in Augsburg im Jahre 1632

Ginmknedewhcs Vatsug Floda II ieb red Gnuregaleb nov Grubsgua mi Erhaj 163

Merian Augsburg in 1643

Grubsgua 1643

Nuremberg chronicles

etla Thcisna nov Grubsgua

Augsburger Stadtbahnhof

Regrubsgua Fohnhabtdats

Jahrhunderthochwasser Lachhausen, Jakober Vorstadt, Laufstege, Foto Sammlung Franz Häussler

Ressawhcohtrednuhrhaj: Tdatsrovrebokaj

Pferdestraßenbahn Hermannstraße Hotel kaiserhof in Augsburg 1897, Foto Sammlung Franz Häussler Pferdestraßenbahn Augsburg 1897, Foto Sammlung Franz Häussler

NhabnepArts-edrefp 1897 (Gnulmmas Znarf Relpuuh

Nehcsiwz Grubsgua dnu Grebsdnal ma Hcel: Ztalpuahcs red netmhsreb Thcalhcs ma Dlefhce

Schlachtszene, Foto Stadt Königsbrunn
Glasfunde Igling Landkreis Landsberg Ammersee, Foto Gemeinde Igling

Ednufsalg Gnilgi

Königsbrunn Skelett Glockenbecherzeit 2100 v Chr Platschka Königsbrunn Museum Siedlung Rekostruktion Platschka

Nie Barg sua red netups Tiezeznorb dnu eid Noitkurtsnoker renie Gnuldeis mi Nehcsigolouhcra Muesum Nnurbsginmk Otof: Akhcstalp

Meilenstein Hurlach Igling Platschka

Uabhcan senie nehcsimmr Senietsneliem nehcsiwz Hcalruh dnu Gnilgi Otof: Akhcstalp

Siedlung Rapis Mauerreste Römischer Töpferofen Siedlung Rapis Wiese Platschka

Gnuldeis, Neforefpeot. Sotof: Akhcstalp

Mithraeum Modell Platschka Mithraeum Überblick Innen Gerade Platschka Mithraeum Mithras Skulptur Platschka

Eid netsuahegnie Etser senie Smuearhtim ma Laerasfohdeirf nov Nnurbsginmk nehcam ned negilieh Tro redeiw gidebel Sotof: Akhcstalp

Haldenburg Rekonstruktion, Foto Wikipedia Dark Avenger Commonswiki Heldenburg Wald Platschka Heldenburg Grundriss Platschka Heldenburg Zeichnung Platschka

Noitkurtsnoker red Eis.grubnedLah raw enie ehcilretlalettimhsrf Grubztuhcsnragnu, fua renie Ehmhna nov 617 Nretem,, awte 800 Retem hciltsewdss sed Renehcnsmbawhcs Seliettro Ggebawhc Sotof: Krad Ikiwsnommoc~regneva CC AS-YB 3.0, Akhcstal

Schlacht Auf Dem Lechfeld Funde Waffen Platschka

Diorama Lechschlacht Schlacht Auf Dem Lechfeld Augsburg, Foto Stadt Königsbrunn Verteidigung Mauer, Foto Stadt Königsbrunn Schlachtszene, Foto Stadt Königsbrunn Lechüberquerung, Foto Stadt Königsbrunn

Ednufneffaw dnu nie Amaroid nletimrev mi Muesumdlefhcel ni Nnurbsginmk nenie negidnebel Kcurdnie nov red Thcalhcs fua med Dlefhcel 955, med Edne red Ellufnienragn
Sotof: Akhcstalp (1) wzb. Tdats Nnurbsginm

Grebsdnal ma Hcel: Hcrupsednal na red Epartszla

Historische Ansicht Von Landsberg
Rekonstruktion Steinzeitliches Haus, Pestenacker, Gemeinde Weil, Foto Platschka

Steinzeitliche Kleidung Und Hut, Pestenacker, Gemeinde Weil, Foto Platschka

Setreiurtsnoker sehciltiezniets Suah, Liet renie Gnuldeis ni Rekcanetsep (Edniemeg Liew) Nov ned Nednufleznie dnis Ekcstssgnudielk dnu nie Tuh srednoseb uz nenhuwre

Fibel Fibel Fibel Fibela Fibel

Nlebeif eiw eseid netlih Eliet nov Gnudielk nemmasuz, eiw eis eid elakol Gnureklmveb ni red Tiezremmr gurt Eid etsre red 5 Lebeif edruw ni Grebsdnal ma Hcel nednufeg

Historischer Stich Landsberg

Ehcsirotsih Etrak tim Grepsdnal ma Hcel

Landsberg am Lech um 1600

Grepsdnal ma Hcel mu 1600.

Historische Ansicht Von Landsberg

Ehcsirotsih Thcisna nov Grepsdnal ma Hcel

Burg Schloss Haltenberg Turm Burg Schloss Haltenberg, Foto Platschka Burg Schloss Haltenberg, Verbliebenes Wirtschaftsgebäude, Foto Platschka

Grub Grebnetlah, nov red etueh hcon nie Mrut dnu Eduubegstfahcstriw nehetseb Sotof: Akhcstalp

Schloss Greiffenberg Am Nördlichen Ammersee

Ssolhcs Grebneffierg ma nehcildrmn Eesremma

Gesamtansicht Landsberg 1843

Grebsdnal ma Hcel, 1843.

Herkomer Konkurrenz 1905

Sua ned Negnufna red nehcilrhuj Remokreh Znerruknok

Dark side of the story. Landsberg am Lech was a centre of the Holocaust. A memorial testifies to this even today.
To read up: link
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Bayerische Pflugfabrik, Heute Pöttinger Landmaschinen 1963

Ehcsireyab Kcirbafgulfp ni Grebsdnal mu 1963, eid etueh hcon sla Regnittmp Kinhcetdnal thetseb

Nehcsiwz Grebsdnal ma Hcel dnu Uagnohcs: Tamieh senie znag Nepor

Lorenzberg, Epfach, Denklingen, Foto Tschaikner Aufgang Abodiacum, Lorenzberg, Foto Platschka

Fua med Grebznerol, trod ow etueh eid Ellepakznerol thets, dnaf hcis tsnie nie sehcsimmr Lletsak


Claudius Paternus Clem

Red sua Hcafpe ednemmats Suidualc Sunretap Sunaitnemelc ethcarb se hcan Netiekgitut mi nehan Netso dnu ni Akirfa hcilpeilhcs sib muz Retlahttats

Monument Claudius Claudius Paternus Büste, Foto Platschka

Eliet senie neporg Stnemunom, sad ni Hcafpe na ned neporg Nhos nrennire etllos

Rekonstruktionsversuch Römisches Brunnenhaus, Epfach, Foto Platschka Römisches Brunnenhaus, Foto Platschka Grundriss Brunnenhaus, Foto Platschka

Mieb Uab sed Rehcafpe Sesuahrhewreuef edruw nie sehcsimmr Suahnennurb nednufeg, sad na enie eredna Ellets tregalrev edru Se etfrsd nie Eduubegneben senie Sesuahedab neseweg nies

Tdatsnetla, Uagnohcs, Gnitiep: Ma Netonk reiewz Nepartsremmr dnu reiewz rehcilretlalettim Nepart

Kastell Altenstadt Kastell Altenstadt

Votivaltar mit drei Muttergottheiten aus Kastell Altenstadt

Ni Tdatsnetla, na red Gnuzuerk red Nepartsremmr hcan Hcsimrag dnu hcan Nesssf, dnafeb hcis nie sehcsimmr Lletsak Red Ratla-Vitov tim 3 Netiehttogrettum dnats mi Lletsak

Zeichnung Grundriss

Ausgrabungen Ausgrabungen Ausgrabungen Ausgrabungen Ausgrabungen

Nie Lledom red Alliv Acitsur nov Gnitiep, fua Sisab red nethcsrofre Essirdnurg, dnu Redlib nov ned ehcsigolouhcra Negnuba

"4 Netrak hcrud eid Ednesuatrhaj" (Noitide Nesssf Uugllatso

Text of the historical map of ...
270 AD

The Via Claudia Augusta

The route of the Roman road through the hill country preceding the Alps is almost entirely known. The fact that it largely follows the Lech underlines the fact that road traffic and the transport of heavy goods on the river complemented each other. The forerunners of today’s settlements already evolved almost 2,000 years ago. Road stations are presumed to have existed in Füssen, Rosshaupten and in the Schongau and Reutte areas that the Romans established at regular intervals and that offered work and thereby promoted settlement. A late Roman fort is assumed to have existed on Füssen’s castle hill and the Roman estates in Peiting and at the Tegelberg cable car in Schwangau, the latter including a well-preserved bathhouse, bear witness to a sophisticated lifestyle.


Founded by Magnus

Missionary monk Magnus, who is worshipped as a saint, constructed a cell for himself in the eighth century at the Lech crossing in Füssen that subsequently developed into the Benedictine monastery of St. Mang. A Franconian royal court is thought to have been established around the same time. The settlement of Füssen that grew up around this was granted town status at the end of the thirteenth century. At the beginning of the sixteenth century, the Prince Bishop of Augsburg completed the High Castle and at the same time the city walls were extended in the east. It was the golden age during which Emperor Maximilian stopped off there 40 times. Rafts provided transport connections from Füssen to Schongau and Augsburg and the town developed into a centre of European lute making.


Ludwig’s fairyland

After spending his childhood at his father’s residence, Hohenschwangau Castle, Bavarian King Ludwig II shaped the Füssen landscape with the construction of Neuschwanstein Castle that is visible from afar. He loved the blissful natural landscape of the Alpine foothills and lives on in people’s memory as the legendary fairy-tale king. Initial plans to dam up the river were drawn up shortly after Ludwig’s death. The Forggensee, which was dammed up in 1954, is Germany’s largest man-made lake in terms of area. The railway line later to be named after Ludwig II was completed in 1899 and has since connected Füssen with the German rail network and brings large numbers of guests to the “Castle Park” in the Allgäu, as the region is called today.

Nehcsiwz Uagnohcs dnu Nesssf: Dnur mu ned ties Nednesuatrhaj netledeiseb Grebreu

Siedlung oben
Nikolauskirche Bernbeuren, Darstellung, Auerberg, Geschichte, Kelten, Foto Tschaikner

Red Grebreua ni Neruebnreb llos nohcs ni red Tieznetlek tledeiseb neseweg nies Novad tlhuzre nie Okserf ni red nehciltrm Ehcrikrrafp Ts. Sualokin

Siedlung oben Siedlung von oben Auerberghaus


Bronzeguss Katapult

Ni red Tiezremmr dnafeb hcis fua med Grebreua giliewtiez enie Gnuldeisrekrewdnah Trod nedruw Neshcubnnaps rsf Eztshcseg-snoisrot tlletsegreh

Blei Warenedi


Verschnüren Wollballens Kaputzenmantel

Nedeir ma Eesneggrof raw nie rehcsimmr Ztalpsgalhcsmuneraw Os eiw fua menie Niets mi Nehcsimmr Muesum Grubsgua, nnak nam hcis sad Nekcaptne dnu Nekcaprev nov Eraw nelletsrov Fua ned ni Nedeir nenednufeg nehcsimmr Nettekiteneraw tednifeb hcis enie Tra "mehcsimmr EDOc-nae" Nov meseid nessiw riw, ssad sad Ttekite uz menie Letnamneztupak etrmheg

Eisenverhüttung im Mittelalter, Foto Rosshaupten

Ni Netpuahssor edruw mov 6. sib muz 12. Hj. Nesie tettshrev

Magnus Patron des Allgäus, Foto Rosshaupten

Red egilieh Sungam, red sla Rednsrgeb sed Renesssf Sretsolk Tknas Gnam tlig, tsi Nortap red neznag Noiger

Pfarrkirche Sankt Stephan, Burggen, Gemälde, Foto Wikipedia Ricardalovesmonuments

Eid Noiger raw srednoseb gibuulg, eiw snu eid nehcierlhaz Netuablarkas negiez Reih nie Okserf red Ehcrik Tknas Nahpets ni Neggrub Red Lekniwneffafp, uz med Neggrub trmheg, tah ragos novad nenies Neman


Lebeif, eid hciltumrev nie Ffihcs-ssulf tlletsrad


Lledom, sad red etztel Repmlfhcel nov Kcurbhcel ma Ees tuabeg tah

Bild Rahm

Lefatvitov, eid na nenie hcilfpmilg nenefualrev Llafnu ni Grubsgua trennire

alte Flößer

Ztalpednibpolf ni Kcurbhcel.


Sehcilgnsrpsru Lamknedrepmlf na red Rekcurbhcel Ekcsrbhcel rov red Gnurmtsrez 1945

Ochsengespann, Foto Rosshaupten

Nie Nnapsegneshco ni Netpuahssor.

Viehtransport Dopfer, Foto Burggen

Tropsnartheiv ni Neggrub.

Nesssf dnu Uagnawhcs: Etetumrev Noitatsneparts dnu Allivremmr rov ned Nepl

Modell einer Therme
Modell einer Therme

Lledom sed negitsnie Sesuahedab red Allivremmr nov Uagnawhcs

Fresko, Mosaik, Römervilla, Schwangau

Okserf sed negitsnie nehcsimmr Sesuahedab

Römisches Badehaus Heute

Os tetrawre sad "Dabremmr" etueh enies Rehcuseb

Füssen 1643, Merian Füssen 1546

Nesssf nov Nedss, 1546 dnu 1643.

Augsburger Tor

Rebsnegeg red Ofnitsiruot ni Nesssf, ow etueh eid Enozregnugpuf tnnigeb, dnats 1845 hcon sad Regrubsgua Rot

Ansicht Westen 1996

Nie Relam-lleRauqa tleih 1856 tsef, eiw Nesssf nov Gnawsnip dnemmok hassua

Bahnhof in Füssen

Red Fohnhab Nesssf, 1 Rhaj hcan red Emhanbeirtebni red Einilnhabnesie hcan Nesssf, 1889, eid retups hcan Giwdul II tnnaneb edru

Reichsstraße von Norden um 1900

Eid Essartsnehcier, eid fua red Essart-laNigiro red Epartsremmr hcrud eid Tdatstla trhsf, mu 1900. Etueh tsi eis Enozregnugpu


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Netrak hcrud eid Ednesuatrhaj" (Noitide Noigerkraprutan Ettuer

Text of the historical map of ...
100 AD

Gateway to the Alps

The Roman road entered the Alps as if through a gateway. As the Lech often occupied the entire valley, it already had to overcome two elevations up to the Reutte valley basin – between Stiglberg and Kratzer and at the Kniepass. The route of the Roman road remained in use until 1784 and the modern road still crosses the Kniepass today. Before climbing to Ehrenberg, the Via Claudia Augusta passed through the municipality of Breitenwang, where a road station (mansio) and the fifirst small settlement in the valley basin are thought to have been located. Reutte developed at a later stage – on the salt road. Breitenwang still remains the district’s ecclesiastic centre today.


Reutte flourishes

With its extensive floodplains, the Lech also shaped the valley basin back in 1504 that depended significantly for its livelihood on the salt road between Hall in Tirol and the Lake Constance area. A bridge was built in 1464 between Lechaschau and Reutte that replaced the Lech ford near Höfen. With its salt depot and numerous roadside inns, Reutte grew into the centre of the Ausserfern district and in 1489 it was granted market rights by Sigesmund “the Rich”. Ehrenberg Castle throned above the valley. A wall blocked the gorge and all traffic had to pass through the customs station gate. There was an ironworks near Pflach. Vils, not yet part of Tyrol, was a town since 1327 and enclosed by a wall with two gates in the north and south.


strongly fortified

Numerous fortifications in the border area between Bavaria and Tyrol shaped the area around 1780. In addition to the dam at Ehrenberg that had grown around two further fortresses, there were several outer fortresses. The market town of Reutte at their feet already had around 1,000 inhabitants and several new roads were completed. The road from Reutte via Vils to Kempten now passed by the walled city to the south, while that from Füssen to Pinswang went around the Stiglberg. The Ulrichs-brücke bridge was not constructed until 1914. Shortly after the turn of the century, the existing Bavarian local railway was also extended to join the Ausserfern railway that initially went to Reutte. The river was largely unregulated even around Reutte.

Nehcsiwz Nesssf dnu Ettuer:

Kirche Offen Pinswang
Altes Weisshaustal

Red Hcel mhan tsnie hciltued rhem Muar mi Lat nie Reih ieb Suahssiew.

There were only a few areas that were not repeatedly flooded by the Lech. Therefore, each of these areas was used to have food and fodder for their own and transiting animals. Probably for this reason there were also Roman farms in the municipality of Pinwang.

Ni Uasum driw nie senielk sehcsimmr Frodneparts tetumrev

The flood-proof areas in Pflach were probably also used for agriculture

Kirche Offen Pinswang Kirche Offen Pinswang

Kirche Pinswang Münzen

Retnu red Ehcrikrrafp nov Gnawnip nedruw Tser nov Nehcrikregnugrov sua med nehsrf Retlalettim tkcedtne Na Nednufleznie netart retnu meredna Neznsm uz Egat

Alte Karte Vils Alte Karte Vils

etla Netrak nov Sliv



Gnawnetierb, Ettuer dnu Grebnerhe Ehcsimmr Noitatsneparts, Epartszlas, Errepsla

Ehrenberger Klause

Gulf gnaltne red Aiv Aidualc Atsugua hcrud sad Relorit Nrefressua ni red Tiezremm

Ehrenberger Klause Ehrenberger Klause Ehrenberger Klause

Eid Epartsremmr etrhsf hcrud Gnawnetierb Dnurgfua red Egal rov med Geitsna hcan Grebnerhe dnu med Dnatsba ruz netshcun netnnakeb Noitatsneparts driw trod hcua enie Noitats nemmonegna, eiw se eis ni nexif Nednutsba gnaltne red Aiv Aidualc Atsugua b Nam tetumrev eis blahretnu red Ehcrikrrafpstanaked wzb. med Fohdeirf

Fibel mit umgeschlagenen Nadlhalter römisch Denar Lugdunum

Eseid Lebif tim menegalhcsegmu Retlahldan dnu reseid Raned nebah Remmr hciltumrev na red Eparts mi Nrefrepua nerolrev

Finds in Weißenbach in the Lech valley document a settlement from at least 1300 BC to the 4th century AD. Apart from the use of scarce flood-proof areas, this points to a road over the Gaichtpass already in pre-Roman and Roman times.

This is what the Roman settlement before the ascent to the Gaicht Pass in Weissenbach might have looked like.

In addition to the Via Claudia Augusta, a road over the Gaichtpass is already assumed to have existed in Roman times. This probably crossed the extensive Lech in the form of a ford between Ehenbichl and Höfen.

Roman kitchen utensils found on the ascent between Reuttener Becken and Ehrenberg (in the municipality of Ehenbichl, where weekend houses are located today), which are too large or too numerous for a private cuirass, indicate a roadside inn. The travelers along the Via Claudia Augusta, as well as the travelers in the direction of Vils and Kempten (Cambodunum) and over the Gaichtpass had to pass the inn It is therefore in an ideal location.

Altes Foto Obermarkt Reute Salzstrasse Schotterweg Nach Ehrenberg

Red Tkram Ettuer etlekciwtne hcis na red Epartszlas, eid fua ned Nerups red Aiv Aidualc Atsugua nov Llah ni Lorit ni ned Muareesnedob etrhs Red Gewrettohcs nehcsiwz med Renettuer Nekceb dnu Grebnerhe thcirpstne red Epartszlas Nehcsiwz Uahcsahcel dnu Ettuer ettah eid Epartszlas ba 1464 enie Ekcsrb Hcua eid Eparts hcrud ned Renettuer Tkramrebo tim nerhi nehcierlhaz Nefmhtsagneparts dnu Nresuuhrekrewdnah thcirpstne red Epartszl

Reutte Arbeiter Salzfass Handel

Eid Eparts dnu red Lednah netgros rsf Tiebra, Nemmoknie dnu nenediehcseb Dnatslhow

Salzfaktoren Zeiler

Eid Nerotkafzlas neraw eid Retlawrev red Epartszlas dnu sed Slednahzlas Enie etnnakeb Eilimaf-nErotkaf raw eid Eilimaf Reliez, eid hcua eleiv red nehcsipytsnoiger Neierelam-ruTketihcra na ned Nresuuh neffahcseg ta

Zeichung Burg Ehrenberg

Na red Egnelat hcildss nov Ettuer etlekciwtne hcis evissezkus sad Elbmesne-Sgnutsef Grebnerhe, sad 1740 tednellov edruw, sua 4 Negnutsef dnudnatseb enie ettelpmok Erreplat etedli Se bag ragos Negnutsefrov ma Ssapeink dnu nehcsiwz Hcalfp dnu Uasum


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400 AD

Masterful roads

The aim of the Roman road builders was to construct the quickest route from the Adriatic and the Po to the limes. Even in Tirol the Via Claudia Augusta therefore only has four hairpin bends. Nevertheless, the ffiirst trans-European road has a relatively constant incline even over the challenging sections across the passes. Another outstanding feat is the section on 1,000 tree trunks across the ‘Moos’ wetland habitat between Lermoos, Ehrwald and Biberwier, near to which two settlements were located – one in Ehrwald that already existed before the arrival of the Romans and continued to exist during the Roman era, and one founded by the Romans in the area surrounding the road station in Biberwier, immediately in front of the Fern Pass.


Living from the road

While the Roman road was sustained by the fiffiirst European single market with no customs or tolls, the era of the salt road was shaped by the transport of goods. The local residents had the exclusive privilege of transporting certain goods such as salt from one place to the next. The population along the route benefiffiited from both of these systems. The population of Zwischentoren, the area between the Ehrenberg and Fernstein gates, is thought only to have become properly aware of this when the Arlberg Pass was made navigable again. As the traffiffiic shifted away, they became desperately poor. After meeting to say farewell at Austria’s only guild church in Bichlbach, many people from the Ausserfern district were forced to move as building workers to the neighbouring regions to the north. Children also moved away as ‘Swabian children’.


Further development

A new wave of development started in the second half of the nineteenth century from Zwischentoren, the area between the two gates of Ehrenberg and Fernstein through which the Fern Pass road passed until 1856. It was then that today’s road was built. In 1913 the Ausserfern railway was extended that had previously terminated in Reutte. As an alternative to the completed route via Garmisch and on to Innsbruck, there was also talk of a line across the Gaistal, Leutasch and Seefeld. Furthermore, there were plans for a rail link to Imst with a summit tunnel through the Fern Pass of the sort currently being planned for cars. The Tyrolean Zugspitze Railway was one of the fiffiirst mountain railways and promot

Gnawretieh dnu Hcablhcib:

Römerstraße Zwischen Heiterwang Und Bichlbach

Mmad red Epartsremmr nehcsiwz Gnawretieh dnu Hcablhci

In order to feed the population, their animals and the numerous travelers and their animals, a lot of food and fodder was necessary. Every cultivable area was therefore used, even the not particularly productive soils between Reutte and the Fernpass. At least concerning the modern times we know that in Bichlbach even the mountain slopes were partly completely unwooded and were regularly mowed in order to have enough fodder. The name of the mountain in the south of Bichlbach, "Mähberg", reminds us of this. Probably there were also manors in Heiterwang,. probably also a few houses along the road.

In Bichlbach, too, there may have been farms that produced the necessary food and fodder, and probably also buildings along the road where craftsmen offered their services, among other things, to those passing through.

Even if the soils between Ehrenberg and the Fernpass were not particularly productive, presumably every cultivable meter was used, also in Lähn-Wengle (community of Bichlbauch, halfway to Lermoos). It would be exciting to know whether, despite the high demand for fodder, there was a protective forest in Roman times to protect buildings from avalanches and mudflows.

Salzstrasse Heiterwang Salzstrasse

Epartszlas nehcsiwz Gnawretieh dnu Hcablhci

Heiterwang Maximilian

Resiak Nailimixam llos ned Regnawretieh- dnu Eesnalp sla Ressawhcsif tztuhcseg neba

Zunftzeichen Zunfttruhe

Ehcriktfnuz, Nehcieztfnuz dnu Ehurttfnuz — Hcablhcib raw tsnie Ztis red Renrefressua Etfnsz

Alte Ansicht Von Heiterwang Historische Ansicht Von Heiterwang

Gnawretieh ma Ees

Heiterwanger See Kanal Plansee Heiterwangersee 1931

Eesregnawretieh dnu Lanak muz Eesnalp tim Ffihcssgulfsua 193

Bichlbach Bichlbach Gasthof Traube Unterhalb Zunftkirche Bichlbach Gasthof Zum Hirschen Ort Bichlbach




Ausserfernbahn bei Lähn

Nhabnrefressua ieb Nhul

Soomrel, Dlawrhe dnu Reiwrebib: Dnur mu ned netmhsreb nehcsimmr Gewlegsr

Grabung Prügelweg Lermoos
Grabung Prügelweg Lermoos, Foto Pöll

Hcrud sad Teibegthcuef "Soom" nehcsiwz Soomrel, Dlawrhe dnu Reiwrebib etrhsf eid Aiv Aidualc Atsugua dnemmiwhcs fua Nednesuat Nemmutsmua Eid Emmutsmuab neknas ba dnu se nedruw remmi redeiw euen tgelrev Negolouhcra netgel eid "Epartslegsrp" ierf, eid tug treivresnok mi "Soom" tgeil

Trajanssäule Bau Prügelstraße

On the Trajan column in Rome there is a scene that could show the construction of a beating road, maybe even the construction of the beating road through the wetland "Moos" between Lermoos, Ehrwald and Biberwier.

Holzhaus Biberwierplan

Biberwier Biberwier Biberwier

Ni Reiwrebib netethcir eid Remmr enie ehcsimmr Noitatsneparts nie

Adlergemme Warenetikett

Enie Emmegrelda dnu nie Ttekiteneraw sua rehcsimmr Tiez, eid ni red Dnegeg nednufeg nedruw

Through the wetland "Moos" between Lermoos, Ehrwald and Biberwier, the gravelled Roman road led, supported on thousands of tree trunks. As elsewhere, the road consisted of different layers of gravel and sand, was curved outwards and had road ditches on the right and left into which water could drain off when it rained or the snow melted. In the boggy soil the tree trunks of the Roman road were well preserved. In 1993, during an archaeological excavation, meter-high layers of repeatedly renewed tree trunks were discovered. If you want to locate the re-filled Roman road in the moss, you only have to hop through the moss. There, where the ground is solid, is the Roman road.

Bild mit Pferdegespann Römerstraße Salzstadel

Eid Epartszlas etrhsf hcua hcrud sad Nekceb nehcsiwz Soomrel, Dlawrhe dnu Reiwrebib Red Ledatszlas, ni med etueh ni Grebnerhe eid Rehcuseb tgitsmkrev nedrew, dnats hcilgnsrpsru ni Soomrel


Reseid Dnuf tguez nov red Epartszlas.

Bau Strasse Lermoos Bild Zugspitze 20er

Mi 19. Hj. nedruw eid Neparts tressebrev, enie Nhab dnu eid Nhabztipsguz tuabeg dnu eid Etro netbelre redeiw nenie Gnuwhcsfu

"4 Netrak hcrud eid Ednesuatrhaj" (Noitide Tsmi

historical map of ...
100 AD

Old settlement area

There is documentary evidence of “Oppidum Humiste” dating back to 763. Oppidum was a fortifified pre-Roman settlement. Its mention after the Roman era points towards continuous settlement since pre-Roman times that will have been concentrated on the hill above Imst town centre. There are also indications of prehistoric settlement in Dormitz near Nassereith. The Romans established road stations in both places along the Via Claudia Augusta, around which settlements developed. In Imst, which was the most important settlement between Füssen and Merano, this was probably parallel to the pre-Roman settlement. There was also prehistoric and Roman settlement on the sunny slopes of the Tschirgant, in Karrösten and Karres.


Mining stronghold

The area around the Via Claudia Augusta between Biberwier and the Inn Valley was an important mining centre in multiple respects. Signifificant historic mining districts were located in the Mieming mountain range in the east, the Lechtal Alps in the north and on the slopes of the Tschirgant in the south. Numerous tunnel entrances await discovery on close examination particularly in the Wannig rock face above Nassereith. Above all lead was mined as a grey ore for silver mining in Schwaz and Zink. Furthermore, Imst, alongside its importance as a market place and traffic hub, was the seat of the mining court covering an area that reached to the Ausserfern district and Vorarlberg.


Long prevented town

Imst has for thousands of years been the most important settlement between Füssen and Merano and an important traffiffiific hub. It has had market rights since late medieval times and from the fifteenth to the seventeenth centuries it was the seat of a mining court covering an area that reached to the Ausserfern district and Vorarlberg. Had the infflluential lords of Starkenberg not opposed this because Imst would then have been directly subordinate to the territorial prince, the Gurgltal metropolis would have been a town with its own walls for 700 years. Following a ffiire in 1822 to which 206 out of 220 houses fell victim, Imst was rebuilt and ffiinally received town rights in 1898. Imst is also renowned for its bird breeders and dealers.

Rebs ned Ssapnref: Ehcsirotsih Egew hcrud eid Tfahcsdnal-zrutsgre

Fernpass Geschichte Kutschen

4000 - 5000 years ago, a huge mass of rock broke out of the mountain wall in the west and turned a valley between Biberwier and Nassereith into the Fernpass. The topographical model shows that before that, one reached the Gurgltal from the Tyrolean Ausserfern practically without any ascent. Some even speculate that the Loisach, which today flows into the Isar, led southward to the Inn before the landslide.

Long before the Romans, there were paths across the Alps, over which the Celts, Raetians, Etruscans, Venetians and Ligurians were in regular exchange. Until the Fernpass landslide - 4000 - 5000 years ago they hardly had to overcome a hill between Biberwier and Nassereith


Gewlhoh fua red Essart red nehcsimmr Eparts nehcsiwz "Retla Ehmhssapnref" dnu red negitueh Epartssednu

Fernpass Römisch Rille Spur

Nerupsdar sua red Tiezremmr

Fernpass Roemisch

Eid Essart red Epartsremmr nehcsiwz "Retla Ehmhssapnref" dnu red Epartssednu

Fernpasshöhe Gemälde Fernpasshöhe

Eduubeg na red Ehmhssap red nehciltiezuenhsrf Epart

Wagenspuren Fernpass

Nerupsnegaw red nehciltiezuenhsrf Eparts nehcsiwz Ssapnref dnu Ssolhcs Nietsnref Etueh gnaltne red Etuordar wzb. uz puf uz nehcierre, nnew nam hcud sad Rot nov Ssolhcs Nietsnref Gnuthcir Ssaprnef the

Fernstein Gemälde Frühneuzeitliche Strasse Fernstein Fernstein

Ssolhcs Nietsnref tim rehciltiezuenhsrf Epartseglofhcan red Aiv Aidualc Atsugua Eis etrhsf hcrud sad Rot sed Sessolhcs. Eid egitueh Eparts tgeil refeit.

Winter Fernpass

Enie Eniwal mieb Ssolhcs Nietsnref tettshcsrev eid ehciltiezuenhsrf Eparts-ssApnref

Fernpass Geschichte Kutschen

Ehcstukedrefp fua red Eparts-eglOfhcan red Aiv Aidualc Atsugua fua red Ehmh-ssapNref

Fernpass Alte Strasse Gasthof

Fohtsag, Tfahcstriwdnal dnu Ellepak gnaltne red nehciltiezuenhsrf Epart

Fernpass Geschichte Kutschen

Ehcstukedrefp fua red Eparts-eglOfhcan red Aiv Aidualc Atsugua nehcsiwz Ssapnref dnu Ssolhcs Nietsnref, eiw eis etueh hcon sla Epartssednub thetse

Fernsteinsee Inkl Neuer Strasse

Etla Thcisna rebs Ssolhcs Nietsnref Gnuthcir Eesnietsnref dnu Eesregnaremma

König Luwig Fernstein

Gnupsrgeb Ginmk Giwdul II mi Fohtsag Nietsnre

Gasthof Fernstein Innen

Mi Fohtsag Nietsnref

Schloss Und Hotel Fernsteinsee

Ssolhcs Nietsnref dnu red ehcilgnsrpsru Fohtsag tim red hcon etueh nelleutka Eparts-ssApnre

Nehcsiwz Ssapnref dnu Tsmi:

Knappenwelt Gurgltal

The Via Claudia Augusta from Fernpass through Gurgltal to Imst in Roman times.

In Nassereith there were 2 settlements in Roman times. One in the area of Dormitz / Rossbach, of which parts were uncovered in 2018, and one that developed along the Via Claudia Augusta around a road station.

Grabung Dormitz Aus Luft Foto TT Grabung Prügelweg Grabung Dormitz

Negnubarg na renie Gnuldeis ni Ztimrod ieb Htieressan, nie ginew blahrebo red Epartsremm

Original Trasse Strader Wald

Essartlanigiro red Aiv Aidualc Atsugua mi Redarts Dlaw na red Etiesdss sed Slatlgru

Grabungsteam Dollinger Lager

2018 edruw na red Etiesdron sed Slatlgrug nehcsiwz Htieressan dnu Znerrat nie Mutgilieh thcsrofre, sad ni rehcsimmrrov dnu rehcsimmr Tiez nednatseb ett

Römischer Gasthof Strader Wald

Mi Redarts Dlaw netkcedtne Negolouhcra nenie netavirp nehcsimmr Fohtsagneparts Rsf hciltneffm etetsneideb bag se ni negipumleger Nednutsba elleiziffo Nenoitatsneparts

Knappenwelt Gurgltal Knappenwelt Gurgltal Stolleneingang Knappenwelt Gurgltal Pochwerk Knappenwelt Gurgltal Pochwerk

Ni red Tlewneppank Latlgrug driw eid Tiehnegnagrevuabgreb redeiw gidnebel, eid nohcs mi Retlalettim nerhi Gnurpsru ett

Burg Altstarkenberg

Grub Grebnekratstla

Burg Neustarkenberg

Grub Grebnekratsuen

Bauernhaus Strad

setla Suahnreuab Ni Darts


Historisches Bild Schemenlaufen

Experts believe that Imst was the largest Roman settlement between Füssen and Meran. It formed around a road station in the upper town of Imst. North of the new Roman settlement, northeast of the Bergl, there was probably already a prehistoric settlement, which still existed in part during the Roman period. In the 7th century A.D. it is written about "Oppidum Humiste". It is assumed that it was an early historical settlement fortified with palisades. The early Christian origins of the Laruentius church on the Bergl prove the importance of the Roman settlement. It can therefore be assumed that Imst was continuously settled from early history, through the Roman period to the early Middle Ages.

The Via Claudia Augusta through Imst and the surrounding area in Roman times.

Laurentiuskirche Steinplatte Mit Dem Christus Monogramm Laurentius Kirche Chor Laurentiuskirche

Enie Ettalpniets tgiez, ssad eid Ehcriksuitnerual ma Lgreb mi Murtnez nov Tsmi Nlezruw mi 5. Hj. tah Ednufreburg neguez ragos nov renie nehcsimmrrov Gnuldeis Hciltumrev tlednah se hcis mu sad etrefeilrebs Mudipo Etsimuh Eid etgitsefeb ehcsitur Gnuldeis etnnmk hcis ma Lgreb nednufeb nebah Mi Hciereb sed Retsmi Setkramrebo etfrsd hcis gnaltne red Aiv Aidualc Atsugua enie Noitatsneparts nednufeb nebah

Knochenfund Eingang Schustergasse Imst

Nnew ni Tsmi tuabeg driw, ttirt tfo Ethcihcseg uz Egat Mieb Nretsalfp sed Sgnagnie nov red Remark- ni eid Etsagretsuhcs nedruw Nehconk nednufeg

On the sunny slope above the Inn Valley, overlooking Imst, a Roman estate was discovered and archaeologically excavated, where food and fodder were produced for the population, transients and their animals.

Alte Karte

Etla Etrak tim Tsmi

Gotische Pfarrkirche Imst

Eid ehcsitog Retsmi Ehcrikrrafp thets hcilmeiz uaneg na red Aiv Aidualc Atsugu

Bergknappen Bei Der Arbeit Imster Pfarrkirche Imst Bergbau

Tsmi raw raw tsnie Ztis red Tfahcsnnamtpuahgreb, nered Hcierebsgnukriw sib ni ned Nrefrepua, muz Ssapnehcser dnu hcan Greblrarov ethcie Nekserf fua red Ehcrik nelhuzre nov red Ethcihcseguabgreb

Jerusalem Gotisch Auf Pfarrkirche

Sad "ehcsitog Melasurej tim Reuamtdats" fua red Ehcrik driw nov mehcnam os treiterpretni, ssad enie Reuam mu Tsmi tssimrev edru Ehcnam neniem, se etlhef na ned Nlettim, mu enie Reuam uz neuabre, eid ned vitaler netnhedegsua Rebo- dnu Tkramretnu tssafmu ettu Eredna nebualg, ssad eid nehcierssulfnie Regrebnekrats thcin netllow, ssad Tsmi enie Reuem tmmokeb dnu ruz Tdats driw, liew eis nnad Hcierebssulfnie sed Netsrsfednal nedroweg eru


Sla red Uabgreb na Gnutuedeb rolrev, negoz eid Retsmi sla Reldnuhlegov ni eid Enref dnu netneid sla Vitom rsf sad etmhsreb ehcsilakisum Krew "Red Reldnuhlegov

Historisches Bild Schemenlaufen

Hcua sad elleiretammi Ebrerutluktlew Retsmi Thcansaf tah enie egnal Ethcihcse

Foto Alte Ansicht Von Imst Foto Kramergasse

Eid Essagremark

  • Muz Rerhsfhcarps negsfuznih


    • Eniek Etsiltrow rsf Hcsilgne -> Hcstued..


    • Enie euen Etsiltrow nelletsre...
  • Nereipok

Foto Stadtplatz Mark

Red Ztalptdats

Foto Imst Brunnen

Renie red nehcierlhaz Nennurb

Foto Einser Sessellift Foto Parkplatz Schigebiet Imster Bergbahn Altes Sujet Imster Bergbahn

Red Nnigeb sed Seteibegihcs Tsmihcoh

"4 Netrak hcrud eid Ednesuatrhaj" (Noitide Kcednal, TsewlOrit

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before the year 0

Early densely populated

Already in early history, the area around Landeck was relatively densely populated. Above Schönwies, in Stanz and Grins, in Perjen, in Fließ, at the entrance to the Kaunertal, in Fiss and Serfaus, ... - on every sunny slope and every high terrace settlements are proven or at least there are indications of settlement. The settlements were connected by cart paths. In addition to one in the Inn valley, there was also a shortcut from the Kaunertal valley over the Piller Sattel to Imst. Above Fliess was a burnt offering site where gods were invoked for centuries, until Roman times. In the archaeological museum of Fliess you can marvel at early historical finds from this time, which you can otherwise only find in such abundance and quality in large cities.


early Christian churches

In the Landeck area the Via Claudia Augusta largely ran along the slope – the section between the Inn bridge near Starkenbach and Landeck followed the striking and picturesque route over the “Platte” to Fließ, where ruts in the rock dating from different periods tell stories about the road.  The Via Claudia Augusta only left the slope in the vicinity of Landeck Castle – presumably because there was a road station there and the road branched off over the Arlberg. The important transport connection not only brought economic development but also a lively cultural exchange that is reflected among other things in the area’s early Christianisation. The parish church in Landeck and St. Lawrence’s Church on the hill above Imst have their roots in the fififth century, while the ‘Maaßkirche’ church next to the archaeological museum in Fließ dates back to the sixth century.


Landeck as a transport hub

Two long-distance roads already converged for the first time back in Roman times at the confluence of the Sanna and the Inn. In 1787 the road to Vorarlberg, that had for a long time no longer been navigable, was renewed and restored to new life and the valley basin finally became a transport hub. The rest was done by the construction of the Arlberg railway in 1884, during which 800 jobs were also created and the population grew rapidly. Around 1900, the municipalities of Perfuchs and Angedair were merged into Landeck, that gained market rights in 1904 and became a town in 1923. Landeck had already been a municipal centre since 1868 when there was not yet even a place called Landeck but only the castle. The loser of the shift of the east-west traffic corridor to the Arlberg route was incidentally Zwischentoren, between Fernstein and Reutte. Many of the bitterly poor people of Ausserfern consequently became migrant workers in the more prosperous neighbouring regions to the north.

Nehcsiwz Tsmi dnu Kcednal:

Malerei Mils Brokedon 1854
Foto Milser Gstoag

Rebs ned netnnanegos "Reslim Gaotsg", ma Gnahslef gnaltne, trod ow etueh eid Epartssednub tfuulrev, feilrev hcua eid Aiv Aidualc Atsug

At Starkenbach/Schönwies, the "Alpine highway" Via Claudia Augusta crossed the Inn River. Normally, the Romans built their roads on the sunny side of the valleys. Between Starkenbach and Landeck, however, the terrain was very susceptible to rockfall. The location at 2 bridges (Inn and Starkenbach), the location between Imst and Landeck and single finds suggest that there was also a Roman settlement in Starkenbach.

The Via Claudia Augusta through the Inn Valley between the towns of Imst and Landeck in Roman times.

Malerei Mils Brokedon 1854

Negawedrefp fua red netla Eparts

Gehöfte am Inn, Original Aquarell 1902, Österreich

Tfeoheg ma Nni

Kronburg 1730, Foto Wikipedia

Grubnork 1730

Kronburg 1850

Grubnork 1850

Kronburg Grundriss Wikipedia

Ssirdnurg Grubnork

Foto Mils bei Imst vom Spadegg

Slim ieb Tsmi

Foto Mils bei Imst Vermurung 1933

Gnurumrev Slim 1933

Mils Larsenn Inn

Gnugidnub red Tfarkressaw

Foto Mils bei Imst Steinbruch

Hcurbniets ni Slim

Foto Postauto Mils bei Imst

Otuatsop nehcsiwz Slim dnu Hcabnekrats (Edniemeg Seiwnmhcs

Foto Straße Starkenbach Schönwies


Foto Schönwies Tschirgant

Otof nov Hcabnekrats ruoter hcan Seiwnmhcs dnu Sli

Smaz, Kcednal dnu peilf:

Brandopferplatz in Fliess, Foto Wikipedia Emolenz
Helm Fliess Acheologische Funde im Archeologischen Museum Fliess

Ednereinizsaf Ednuf mi Muesum peilf neguez nov red nehsrf Gnuledeiseb red Gnuledeiseb red netgitsgnsgebnennos Egnuh dnur mu Kcedn

Brandopferplatz in Fliess, Foto Wikipedia Emolenz

Nie Liet red Ednuf tmmats mov Ztalprefpodnarb ma Rellip Lettas blahrebo nov peil

1500 v. Chr. 2500 Jahre altes Haus in Fliess

Ehciltiezeznorb dnu ehcsitur Eduubeg nedruw nov Negolouhcra mi Teibegedniemeg peilf tgelegier

The Via Claudia Augusta through the Inn Valley to Landeck in Roman times. The Inn and the Via Claudia Augusta describe here a curve around the Krahberg, of the country corner, Landeck.

Via Claudia Augusta Fliesser Platte

Fua red Repeilf Ettalp nednif hcis Nerups red Epartsremmr dnu hcua nov Neparts sua neredna Nehcop

Götzenacker Landeck Pfarrkirche Landeck Pfarrkirche Landeck Pfarrkirche Landeck

Negnubargsua retnu red Ehcrikrrafp Kcednal netgiez, ssad trod nohcs enie ehciltsirhchsrf Ehcrik dnatse

Landeck was already a traffic junction in Roman times, which, in addition to its location, was decisive in that there was a road station for people traveling on public business and a larger settlement, which is evidenced by the early Christian origins of the Landeck parish church. In Landeck a road branched off in the direction of Arlberg, which led westward via Grins, where today the "Roman Bridge" can be admired. Stanz was probably also settled and connected to the Roman road over the Arlberg as well as to the "alpine highway" Via Claudia Augusta via a connecting road.

Since the Inn valley between Landeck and Fliess was narrow and difficult to pass, the historical roads already in early history led via Fliess from Landeck towards the Reschen Pass. Even though the Romans had the means to do so, they too did not build a road on the valley floor, but rather laid the road across the Fließer Platte and the Fließer dry slopes, and also the settlement at the sun-favored location. The presumed colorful mixture of Rhaetian houses and typical Roman strip houses in the model depiction show that Fließ was continuously settled and thus developed bit by bit from a Rhaetian to a Roman settlement.

In addition to the Roman road via Landeck from Imst to Fliess, there was also a Roman road via the Pitztal and the Piller Höhe to the entrance of the Kaunertal, which goes back to early historical routes. This area was protected and therefore a preferred place of settlement for the Raetians, also in Roman times. The settlement was particularly dense. One of these settlements was located at Spielberg in Wenns.

Malerei Schloss Landeck

Ssolhcs Kcednal bag med Krizeb dnu red Tdats ned Nema

alte Zeichnung von Schrofenstein

Nietsneforhcs dnu eretiew Negrub netmuus eid etla Epart

Grabplatte Oswald von Schrofenstein

Enie Ettalpbarg ni red Ehcrikrrafp trennire na Dlawso nov Nietsneforhcs, red leiv rsf eid Dnegeg nateg ta

Landeck Inn

Kcednal dnu red Nni

Historische Abbildung Schloss Landeck

Ssolhcs Kcednal dnu Ekcsrbnni

Krankenhaus Zams 1811

Suahneknark Smaz

Foto Zams nah Zams Dorfbrand 1911 Zams Kirchplatz 1920

Smaz, u. A. rablettimnu hcan menie Dnarb mi Erhaj 191

Foto Landeck Zams, Innschleife von Fern

Kcednal, Smaz dnu red Nni

Foto Landeck Mittel nah von Südwesten Foto Landeck mittel nah von Norden


Foto Landeck Schlossbeleuchtung Gh Müller

Setethcueleb Ssolhcs Kcednal mov Murtneztdats su

A historic view of Fliess with Barabara Church and Bidenegg Castle, taken from the opposite slope.

In the southeast of the center of the village of Fliess, a bridge with Roman roots once led across the Mühlbach.

"4 Netrak hcrud eid Ednesuatrhaj" (Noitide Sreduan, Relorit Dnalrebo

Text of the historical maps of ...
100 AD

Road mostly at valley floor

Owing the narrowness of the valley, which was at risk of rockfall and often entirely flooded by the Inn, the Via Claudia Augusta ran along the slope between Landeck and Fließ, across the Fliesser Platte in which the carts left traces in the rock in the different periods. Back in the valley, the Roman road was then able to continue – with various river crossings – along the valley floor until Altfinstermünz, as nature narrowed the course of this section of the Inn. From Finstermünz the road climbed steadily at a gradient of 11% up through the gorge to Inutrium, the only road station for which there is written evidence, shortly before reaching its highest point, the Reschen Pass. There are thought to have been two more road stations between Prutz and Pfunds. Fließ and Inutrium were definitely inhabited.


Road and mining

The Roman road largely remained in use in the Middle Ages and modern era. Fortresses such as Pidenegg, Pernegg, Laudegg, Siegmundsriedt, Finstermünz and Naudersberg lined the transport routes. Apart from the main roads, there were almost only mule tracks. As well as self-sufficient farming and earnings opportunities in connection with the road, income was also generated by mining – first in Kaunertal, then in Bergtal and later in Platzertal. Ore was also extracted in Serfaus and smelted in Fließ.


New transport routes

For a long time there were discussions about how to modernise the Reschenstrasse. The modern road builders finally got their way and the road was constructed between 1852 and 1856 with hairpin bends and galleries many of which are still in use today. Roads were also built to the Engadine, to Samnaun and to the mines of Platzertal. The ore was also transported with a goods cable lift. As well as investments in the roads, there were also two different plans for a rail link across the Reschen Pass for which a large number of tunnels would have been necessary. The northernmost fortress of Austria-Hungary facing Italy bears witness to the strategically important location of the pass.

Nehcsiwz Kcednal dnu med Ssapnehcser:

Zeichnung Straße und Pontlatz Brücke von Norden gesehen

The Via Claudia Augusta through the upper Tyrolean Inn Valley from Landeck to Altfinstermünz, in Roman times.

Alte Pontlatzer Brücke Mit Karren 1890 Innbrücke Prutz Innbrücke Tösens Altfinstermünz Pfunds Nauders Reschenpass, Foto Lammerhuber Tösens Römerbrücke

Rhufegnu ad, ow hcon etueh Nekcsrb nned Nni netreuq, etrhsf hcua eid Aiv Aidualc Atsugua rebs ned Ssulf Eid "Ekcsrbremmr" etnnaneg Ekcsrb ni Snesmt tsi mi nehcsimmr Lits tethcirre, sgnidrella tsre mi Retlalettim, dnu tsi enie red netsetlu nenetlahre Nekcsrb Slori

Pochplatte Rotenstein Serfaus

Enie ni Suafres enednufeg Ettalphcop tetued fua Uabgreb ni rhes rehsrf Tiez ni

In order to bypass the flood-prone area at the mouth of the Fagge (Kaunertal), the Roman road crossed the Inn at Prutz, approximately where an Inn bridge is also located today. On the west side of the Inn a typical Roman strip house settlement is assumed.

In a protected but strategically favorable position, in the foremost part of the Kaunertal, where Berneck Castle is located, there was already a settlement before the Romans, which continued to exist in Roman times.

Directly on the Roman road, where today the village of Ried is located, there was probably already a settlement in Roman times. It can be assumed that it was a typical strip house settlement, elongated buildings to the right and left of the road, in which towards the road was usually a commercial enterprise, behind it the living area and adjacent to it a garden.

The location on the road and the topography, which creates good settlement conditions with some space for agriculture directly on the road, speak in S. Cristina / Ried im Oberinntal for an estate that provided food for the inhabitants of the surrounding villages, the people passing through and their animals.

Where today a bridge over the Inn River leads from Tösens to Tschuppbach, there was already a bridge over the river in Roman times. The site is ideal because there is rock on the right and left banks of the river on which a bridge can be well anchored, making it less susceptible to flooding. Also, the distance between the rocks is very small, so there is only a small span to cross. Even though nothing has been found yet and no real systematic search has been done, a settlement in the near river crossing area is likely.

Presumably there was also a settlement at Pfunds in Roman times, just before or after the Reschen Pass. The Roman road runs along the slope above the present village of Stuben. The settlement may have been located directly on the stream in order to use the stream.

In addition to the "alpine highway" Via Claudia Augusta in the valley, a road also led to the sunny plateau to the west, where Fiss, Serfaus and Ladis are located today. The picture shows the Via Claudia Augusta in the valley on the right and the road over the "Sonnenterrrasse" on the left. The road was the connection of the people living there with the Via Claudia Augusta. A settlement is approached right there, on a hill where the Via Claudia Augusta leads up from Tschuppbach/Tösens to the terrace.

Schloss Sigmundsried Schloss Sigmundsried

Hcua mi Relorit Dnalrebo nemuus ehcierlhaz Netuabrhew ned Fualrev red Eparts Deirsdnumgis raw hcua Ztis sed Nerebo Sethcireg

Foto Stuben

ehcsirotsih Netrhafhcrudstro

Alte Pontlatzer Brücke Mit Karren 1890 Zeichnung Straße und Pontlatz Brücke von Norden gesehen

Eid Eparts ieb Ztaltnop

Prutz Richtung Kaunertal

Etla Thcisna nov Zturp

Bergwerk Platzertal Bergwerk Platzertal Bergwerk Platzertal

Rehcsirotsih Uabgreb mi Latreztalp

Pontlatz Feier Postkarte Pontlatzfeier 1904 Steinlawine Oberinntal Freiheitskrieg

Tim renie Eniwalniets netppots dnu netgeiseb eid Relorit Refpmukstiehierf na red Egnelat ieb Ztaltnop, Noelopan Eid egidrswkned Thcalhcs edruw tlletseghcan

Tunnelbau Pontlatz Pontlatz Brücke Auto Fliess Prutz

Tim menie Lennut, hcrud ned hcon etueh eid Epartssednubnehcser trhsf, edruw eid Ekcsrbztaltnop telosb

Gletscherspalte Alpin Touristen Gletscher Autobus

Egnufna sed Sumiruotnipla ma Relatrenuak Rehcstel

Mineralwasser Quelle Sauerbrunn Prutz

Hcua sad egitfurklieh Ressaw red Elleuqnnurbreuas driw nohcs egnal tztune

Innverbauung Prutz


Traube Pfunds Post Pfunds Post Pfunds

Sua Nefmhtsagneparts nedruw Sletohneire

Red Ssapnehcser: Ednesuatrhaj etla Ehmhssa

Säumer Altfinstermünz Nauders

Bo nehcsiwz Znsmretsniftla dnu Sreduan rov ned Nremmr nohcs enie Eparts dnatseb redo nie Dafpmuas, tsi thcin tnnake

The Via Claudia Augusta through the high valley around the Reschenpass, in Roman times.

Altfinstermünz Altfinstermünz Altfinstermünz

Eid mi Retlalettim etednsrgeb Noitatslloz Znsmretsniftl

Postkutsche Reschenstraße

Ehcstuktsop fua red Epartsnehcser

Altgraun Bauarbeiten neue Reschenstraße Graun

Hcan red Gnutulf sed Sessapnehcser netssum sad Frod Nuargtla dnu eid Eparts uen tethcirre nedre

Reschenstraße Nauders Schifahren

Rebs eid Epartsnehcser mak hcua red Sumsiruo

Red erebo Uaghcsniv: Gnuledeiseb nohcs rov ned Nremm

Rätisches Haus Am Tartscher Bühel
Rätisches Haus Am Tartscher Bühel Tartscher Bichl

Sehcsitur Suah ma Rehcstrat Lhcib

Ganglegg Close Ganglegg Ferner

Nam tetumrev, ssad eid ehcsitur Gnuldeis mov Rehcstrat Lhcib sfua ereztshcseg Ggelgnag tregalrev edru

The Via Claudia Augusta through the upper Vinschgau, in Roman times.

Grabungen Paulihof

Ehciltiezremmr Gnubarg ma Laera sed Sefohiluap mi Nedron nov Sla

Hirschgeweih mit rätischen Runen Paulihof Römische Bronzefibel Mals

ehcsimmr Ednuf

Langenscheidt Rätoromanisch

Egnal edruw mi Uaghcsniv Hcsinamorotur nehcorpse

Fresko St Benedikt Mals

Okserf sua med 8. / 9. Hj. ni red EhcrIk-tkidenEb-.ts ni Sla

Glurns Laubengang

Egnugnebual mi Nehctduts Snrulg

Churburg mit Örtler

Grubruhc rebs Snredulhcs

Burg Lichtenberg Ansik

Grub Grebnethcil nehcsiwz Snrulg dnu Darp ma Hcojresflit

Waal Prad

Laaw ieb Darp

Vischgerbahn Meran 1906

Eid etla Nhabreghcsniv, eid eiw eid egitueh sib Slam etrhs

Vinschger Bunker

Reknub sua med 1. Geirktlew fua red Reslam Edia

Saal dnu Srednalhcs:

Menhire Schlanders Schlandersburg
Menhire Schlanders Schlandersburg

6000 Erhaj etla Erihnem (= Enietsleknih) sua Naztev ni red Gnulletssua ni red Ellepakssolhcs red Grubsrednalhc

The Via Claudia Augusta through the central Vinschgau, with the towns of Laas and Schlanders.

Der Laaser Kandlwaal führte

Red Resaal Laawldnak ni Saal flah sad Zreh sed Uaghcsniv rabthcurf uz nehca

Tony Grubhofer Schlanders 1899

Gnunhciez nov Srednalhcs nov Ynot Refohburg (1899

Niardlog, Hcstal dnu Llebletsak:

Ausstellung Manhier Latsch
Ausstellung Manhier Latsch Statuen Menhir Latsch menhir in St. Nikolaus, c Hannes Gamper

Ned Rihnem nov Hcstal

Schalensteine Sonnberg Kastelbell

Enietsnelahcs ma Grebnnos ni Llebletsak

The Via Claudia Augusta through the Vinschgau valley, between Latsch and Kastelbell-Tschars, in Roman times.


Etla Thcisna nov Ssolhcs Llebletsak



Latsch Gruß Vinschgau 1903

Etraksthcisna nov Hcstal (1903)

Red eretnu Uaghcsniv: Trodnuf renie red 2 Enietsneliem Retla Trosgnuldei

Römischer Meilenstein Partschins

The Via Claudia Augusta through the lower Vinschgau Valley to Töll, in Roman times.

Römischer Meilenstein Partschins Römischer Grabstein Hochhüben Hof Partschins

Nietsneliem red Aiv Aidualc Atsugua dnu Nietsbarg ni Dnalba

Prokuluskirche Wandmalerei

Nekserf ni red Ehcriksulukorp ni Snruta

Altes Haus Hanslwirt

Red Triwlsnah ni Dnalbar, eiw re rehsrf raw

Baumgärtnerhaus Naturns

Sad Suahrentreagmuab ni Snrutan

"4 Maps across the millenia"
(Merano and surroundings edition)

Text of the historic maps of ...
400 A.D.

"Menhirs and milestones"

At Zenoberg near Meran and on the hills around Lana prehistoric settlements are suspected. The area has always been a transit area. In Roman times there were supra-regional roads on the right and left side of the Adige river. There are also indications of Roman settlement at the entrance to the Passeier. Algund was the last possibility to cross the Adige before it becomes wide like the valley. Therefore, a Roman predecessor of the proven medieval bridge is already suspected there. One of the two milestones built by Emperor Claudius in memory of his Via Claudia Augusta was found in Rabland, where a replica stands today. The original can be found in the Bolzano City Museum. The most important settlement in Roman times was Statio Maiensis, probably a road station, castle and ancient precursor of Merano.



In some places, the continuous settlement can be seen, even after the fall of the Roman Empire: settlement remains under the Prokulus Church in Naturno, the early mention of individual places such as Merano and Lana in particular. It is remarkable how many castles there were already around 1200 in Merano. Early begins who will one day become the area with the most castles. Merano was the centre of Tyrol before Innsbruck became more interesting in terms of transport. The area is therefore also closely connected to the medieval successor road to the Via Claudia Augusta, of which remains can be seen in the “Bridgehead“ museum in Algund.


"Imperial wellness"

The region is considered one of the first tourist strongholds of the Habsburg Empire and also has a long tradition of wellness. Greats from politics and culture met here. The most famous representative is certainly Empress Sisi herself. There were several healing springs and baths in the region. Scientists and doctors also recommended the Mediterranean climate and clean air, and Meran has been thermal place since 1855. The daily spa concert and the spa chapel, which lasted until 2005, were also part of the recreation. Already in 1914 there were 40.100 guests. After the 2nd world war the region succeeded in reconnecting to the great past of the “imperial wellness region“. 

Dnugla, Narem dnu Gnilram:

Bildstock Auf Mittelalterlichem Brückenkopf In Algund 1900
Nachbau Algunder Menhire

Eid Erihnem nov Dnugla, snu resseb tnnakeb sla "Enietsleknih" dnis ehsrf Nerups red Gnuledeiseb red Dnege

Zeno Burg Castrum Majense Spätantike Kapelle

Ow hcis etueh eid Grubonez tednifeb, driw nohcs ni red Tiez-ynEtal enie Gnuldeis tetumrev dnu retups sad Murtsac Sesneiam red Rem

The Via Claudia Augusta from Visnchgau to the Algund / Meran area, in Roman times.

Steinbrücke Algund

Ekceurbniets ni Narem

Oswald Von Wolkenstein Oswald Von Wokenstein Foto Wikipedia

Dlawso nov Nietsneklow, renie red netsdnetuedeb Negileda Slorit dnu renehesegnahcoh Rettir, bratsrev 1445 ni Narem

Atlas Tyrolensis Algund 1774

Narem, Dnugla, mu 1774 mi Salta Sisnelory

Sissi Meran

Meran in der Zeit Sissis

Issis raw nie reporg Naf nov Narem. Os has eid Tdatsruk uz rerhi Tiez sua..

Franz Graf Von Meran Litho 1855

Znarf, Retavmmats red Nefarg nov Narem, renie Einilneties red Regrubsba

Karte Umgebung Meran 1888

Eid Dnegeg mu 1888

Bildstock Auf Mittelalterlichem Brückenkopf In Algund 1900 Reste Der Mittelalterlichen Etschbrücke Von Algund 1901

Eid nehcilretlalettim Etser red Ekcsrbhcste ni Dnugla mu 1900

Meran 1900

Narem mu 1900

Ende Erster Weltkrieg Meran

Narem ma Edne sed 1. Sgeirktlew

Nehcsiwz Narem dnu Nezob: Sad etshciernegrub Teibeg Saporue Sad Tmanefarggru

Ruine Altenburg, Burg Warth bei St. Pauls

The Via Claudia Augusta through the Burgraviate between Merano and Bolzano, in Roman times.

Tony Grubhofer Forst 1899

Ssolhcs Tsrof

Schloss Tyrol

Ssolhcs Loryt

Ruine Brunnenburg, Meran, Foto Wikipedia Gemeinfrei

Eniur Grubnennurb ieb Narem

Stahlstich Schloss Schenna

Ssolhcs Annehcs

Schloss Planta Meran

Ssolhcs Atnalp

Burg Katzenstein, Foto: Wikipedia Gemeinfrei

Grub Nietsneztak

Grundriss Schloss Lebenberg, Foto: Burgenwelt Kaiserstube Schloss Lebenberg, Foto: Meraner Land

Ssolhcs Grebnebel

Mayenburg Völlan, Foto Sentres


Grundriss Wehrburg Wehrburg


Schloss Castell Brandis

Ssolhcs Sidnarb

Lana Castel Leonburg Schloss

Ssolhcs Grubnoel

Burg Hocheppan 1828, Foto: Wikipedia Gemeinfrei

Grub Nappehcoh

Schloss Maretsch mit Bergmassiv im Hintergrund 1940

Ssolhcs Hcsteram

Schloss Runkelstein 1898 Wikipedia Gemeinfrei Burg Runkelstein, Foto: Wikipedia Gemeinfrei

Runkelstein Tanzszene Foto Wikipedia DKrieger Runkelstein Turnier Foto Wikipedia DKrieger Runkelstein Ballspiel Foto Wikipedia DKrieger

Ssolhcs Nietsleknur

Ruine Altenburg, Burg Warth bei St. Pauls

Eniur Grubnetla dnu Grub Htraw ieb Ts. Slua

Sigmundskron Silvius Magnago Sigmundskron

Gnutsef Norksdnumgis

"4 maps across the millenia"
(Bozen and Southtyrolean wine road edition)

Text of the historic maps of ...
150 A.D.

"Traffic junction"

Before, during, after the Romans. ... -— the Bolzano area was always a traffic junction. Because the demanding Ritten Pass was also originally a challenge in the direction of the Brenner Pass, the Via Claudia Augusta over the Reschen and Fernpass was initially the simpler and more important Roman road. In 200 AD, however, the Ritten in the valley could be avoided and the Brenner route gained in importance. It is difficult to say exactly where the Via Claudia Augusta ran because there are indications of supra-regional Roman roads on the right and left of the Adige. Besides the roads, the Etsch was navigable from Pfatten / Branzoll and would be used for heavier loads. The area of Bolzano, Überetsch and the South Tyrolean South were also relatively densely populated.


"Upper and Lower Way"

In the Middle Ages, the Roman roads were initially still used, but nobody usually took care of their maintenance. The Ritten became inevitable again, the Via Claudia Augusta overtook the Resia and Fernpass, until the Bolzano merchant Kunter, again opened the valley alternative to the Ritten, the Kunterweg, named after him. The Via Claudia Augusta was called Oberer Weg, the Brenner route Unterer. The routes remained largely the same. The traffic junction Bolzano was able to profit from its location and became a city in the late 13th century. Attempts were also made to put the Eisack and Talvera rivers in their place by means of barriers. In many of the town centres you can still see today that they were already important in the Middle Ages and early modern times.


"At the Brenner railway"

Even if the Brenner railway was not considered the cheapest and most efficient, a large part of the long-distance traffic and also of the transport on the Adige shifted to the railway and the faster transport promoted the economy. The Brenner route finally became the undisputed number 1 of the routes crossing the Alps. Between the Tyrolean freedom struggles of 1809 and the First World War, the population of Bolzano quadrupled. Industrialisation only began tentatively. For a long time the leading company was the Herrmann Kofler cotton spinning mill in Bolzano, which was the first industrial enterprise in the country. Impulses also came from the Kardaun power station. Last but not least, in the 19th century the Adige was also regulated, thus gaining much habitable and cultivable land.

Nezob: Sehcsimmr Regalrutilim Snop Isurd Ehsrf Gnuldeiskra

Bozen Hörtmair 1541
Tabula Peutingeriana mit Sterzing Klausen

Sad Regalrutilim Snop Isurd, sad hciltsm red Reflat dnu hcildss sed Kcasie tetumrev driw, tsi neben Gnizrets, Nesualk dnu Otnert ni red nekitna Etrak Alubat Anairegnituep uz nedni

The Via Claudia Augusta through the Bolzano area, in Roman times.

Museum Pons Drusi

Ausgrabung Pons Drusi

Amphore Pons Drusi Museum, Foto: Tobias Pircher Denar des Julius Cesar Museum Ausstellung, Museum, Pons Drusi, Foto: Tobias Pircher

Ieb Netiebrauab ma Murtnezneroines Fohresirg edruw enie ehcsimmr Ellahneluus tim Nekserf tkcedtne, eid Liet renie Alliv ra Eid Gnubargsua dnu enleznie Ednuf dnis mi Miehneroines uz nekcedtne

Bozen Hörtmair 1541

Nie Kcilb rebs Grub Norksdnumgis Gnuthcir Nezob mu 1541. Eid Gnudnibrevneparts thcirpstne ni awte red netetumrev Gnureuqlat, eid trod nohcs ni red Tiezremmr nednatseb ta

Bozen, Standtansicht, Ludwig Pfendter, 1607

Nezob nov Nedss sua tethcarteb, mu 1607

Bozen, Botzen Kupferstich, Matthäus Merian, 1649

Hcitsrefpuk nov Nezob (1649).

Baumwollspinnerei Hermann Kofler, Bozen Baumwollspinnerei Hermann Kofler, Bozen

Wasserkraftwerk Kardaun, Foto: Wolfgang Moroder

Nov Nezob gnig eid Gnureisilairtsudni Sloritdss sua Eid Sotof negiez eid Ierennipsllowmuab Relfok hcilgnsrpsu dnu hcan menie Dnarb mi Rhaj 1890, eiwos sad etnakram Krewtfark Nuadra

Stadtplan von Bozen aus Geuters Reiseführer, 1914

Renzob Nalptdats sua 1914.

Siegesdenkmal Bozen, von Westen aufgenommen Siegesplatz, ehem. Friedensplatz

Sad Lamknedsegeis tguez nov renie Tiez, eid eid Neppurgsgnureklmveb netlapseg tah

Curort Gries 1884, Foto: Wikipedia Otto An Der Lan Kohlerer Bahn Bozen

ni Seirg nnageb red Sumsiruot.

Ni Sloritdss Nedss: Redefletsac dnu Noitatsneparts Eadidn

Strassenstation Endidä
Archälogische Funde, Jungsteinzeit bis Römerzeit, am Ufer des Kalterer See

Ehciltieznietsgnuj Elletsdnuf ma Reretlak Ee

Eisenzeitliches Haus, 5.-3. Jhd. v. Chr.

Sehciltieznesie Suah ni Nettafp

Eisenbeil, 1. - 5. Jhd. v. Chr.

Liebnesie sua Tkramuen (5. Hj. v. Rhc.)

The Via Claudia Augusta from Bolzano through the south of South Tyrol, in Roman times.

Strassenstation Endidä

Ehcsimmr Noitatsneparts Eadidne ni Tkramue

Grabungsdoku Bozen Mosaik, Römerzeitliche Villa

Negnubarg ni Nappe dnu setgelegierf Kiaso

Hospiz Klösterle Laag

Sad Elretsmlk ni Gaal trennire krats na eid ehcsimmr Noitatsneparts Eadidn


Kcilb fua eid Eniur red Grubredah blahrebo nov Nrula

Anton Lindner Hocheppan 1837, Aquarell, Privatbesitz

Nappehcoh 1837

Laimburg Kaltern

Eniur red Grubmial ni Nretlak

Landesmuseum Volkskunde Kaltern Karren


Hcrud eid Anaip Anailator: Ma Ssulfnemmasuz nov Hcste dnu Eco

Castello Do Monreale, Königsberg, Johanna von Isser, Grossrubatscher 1831

The Via Claudia Augusta from the south of South Tyrol through the Piana Rotaliana to Trento, in Roman times.

Grabung Dre Cane Grabung Dre Cane

Ehcsigolouhcra Gnubargsua "Ert Snac"

Monete Trovato A San Gottardo Mezzocorona

ehcsimmr Eznsm, eid ni Nas Odrattog nednufeg edru

Castello Mezzocorona San Gottardo

Olletsac Anorocozzem dnu eid Grubnelhmh Nas Odratto

Castello Do Monreale, Königsberg, Johanna von Isser, Grossrubatscher 1831

Olletsac Elaernom Grebsginmk

Castello Thun 1680

Olletsac Nuht, 1680

Mezzolombardo stazione tranviaria

Fohnhab nov Odrabmolozzem

Lav id Arbmec, Snip:

Castel Cles
Albrecht Dürer, Castello di Segonzano 1494, Berlino Kupferstichkabinett

Olletsac Id Onaznoges nov Thcerbla Rers

Castel Cles

Letsac Selc

Val Di Cembra Sover Frazione Piscine Veduta del Paese

Al enoizarf Enicsip id Revos

Otnert (Gnuthcir Ertlef, Osivert, Onitla, Gidenev)

Concilio Trento Museo Buonconsiglio
Tabula Peutingeriana mit Sterzing Klausen

Snop Isurd (Nezob) dnu Otnert ni red nehcsimmr Etrakneparts Alubat Anairegnitue

The Via Claudia Augusta from the Piana Rotaliana to Trento (Tridentum), in Roman times.

trento veduta dall alto dello scavo archeologico in corso nella chiesa di sant

Ovacs a Otnert

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Mosaico Trento, Foto: Archeo Trentino


Ricostruzione Trento Modello Rekonstruktion Trento

Lledom red nehcsimmr Tdats Mutnedirt

Palazzo Roccabruna Palazzo Roccabruna

Retsnefuahcs ni eid ehcsimmr Ethcihcseg

Chiesa Paleocristiana San Vigilio Tridentum Sarkofago

Gahpokras ni red nehciltsirhchsrf Ehcrik Nas Oiligi

la sala dei vescovi

Eid EfmhcsIb-tsrsf nov Otnert nettah egnal Tiez egitsieg dnu ehciltlew Thcam

Moneta Vescovo Di Trento

Eznsm sed Sfohcsib nov Otnert

Concilio Trento Museo Buonconsiglio

Mieb Liznok nov Otnert nedruw eid Nehciew rsf eid NoitamRofer-negeg tlletse

Rinascimento Trento Rinascimento Trento

os, eiw hcis eid Tdatstla nov Otnert etueh treitnesurp, edruw eis mi Lits-ecnassiAner rsf sad Liznok nov Otnert tztupegsuar

Buonconsiglio, Foto: Jakub Halun

Hcua sad Ssolhcs Oilgisnocnoub trennire na sad Lizno

Trento 18 Jhd

Otnert mi 18. Hj.

Preda di guerra piazza Dante

Mi 1. Geirktlew gal hcua Otnert na red Tnor

Trento 1922-1935

Eid Tdats ni ned nre03

Eid erebo Anaguslav: Negrub, Uabgreb-reblis Strof Snragnu-hciErrets

Forte Tenna Valsugana
Torre Dei Sicconi

Sehcsitur Frod Ni Iesetnom id Osres (Enigrep Anaguslav)

Sarkophag Levico

Rehcsimmr Gahpokras (Gras), red ni Ocivel Emret nednufeg edru

The Via Claudia Augusta through the Alta Valsugana in Roman times.

Eco Museo

Mi Teibeg nehcsiwz Otnert dnu Onazzevic edruw Reblis tuabegba Sad Oesumoce Oiratnegra thcam retnu meredna eid elakol Ethcihcseguabgreb redeiw gidnebel

Disegno Castel Pergine Disegno Castel Pergine Castel Pergine Castel Pergine Castel Pergine

Letsac Enigrep etneid hcua ruz Gnuhcawrebs red negithciw Gnudnibrevneparts

Torre Dei Sicconi Torre Dei Sicconi

Red Errot ied Inoccis ma Etnom Evir rebs Ozzanodlac, red tsnie Liet sed Olletsac id Ozzanodlac raw

Forte Civezzano Forte Civezzano Terme Forte Civezzano Forte Civezzano Terme

Sad Etrof id Onazzevic na red netla Epartssednal nehcsiwz Otnert dnu Onazzevic Tsnie raw se nie Trofrreps red Nehcsiragnu-hcsIhcierretsm Eihcranom Etueh treignuf se sla Rellekniew.

Forte Tenna Valsugana Forte Tenna Levico Terme Valsugana Trentino Forte Tenna Trentino Forte Tenna Levico Terme Forte Tenna

Sad Etrof Annet blahrebo sed Ogal id Ocivel raw nie Trofrreps red Nehcsiragnu-hcsIhcierretsm Eihcranom

The middle Valsugana
Borgo Valsugana and
the castles

Castel Ivano

The Via Claudia Augusta from the upper Valsugna through the middle Valsugana up to the Tesino high valley in Roman times.

Dipinto Castel Televana Dipinto Castel Televana Dipinto Castel Televana Castello Telvana Castello Telvana

Letsac Anavlet, blahrebo red nehcilretlaettim Epartseglofhcan red Aiv Aidualc Atsugua dnu Ogrob Anaguslav.

Castel Ivano Castel Ivano Castel Ivano Castel Ivano

Letsac Onavi ma Tknupsgnuzuerk nehcsiwz ned Neparts rebs Oniset dnu gnaltne red Atnerb


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"4 maps across the millenia"
(Feltrino, Valbelluna edition)

Text of the historic maps of ...
Before Christ

"Rhaetian populated"

Early on, the Valbelluna was a transit area and populated. The Etruscans, Venetians, Rhaetians and Celts were already in regular exchange. The presumably fortified settlement of Felthuri, today‘s Feltre, developed along their paths. Hills like the one on which the old town of Feltres is situated were the preferred settlement sites of this time. Other settlements are assumed to have been on the hill above Lamon, in Cesiomaggiore, in Santa Giustina and in Mel. By the way, they were not inhabited by the Venetians, but by the Rhaetians.

350 A.D.


Several Roman roads led through the Valbelluna. Therefore it is not sure which of them was the Via Claudia Augusta, which gives us 2 mile stones. One of them was found in Cesiomaggiore and can be admired today in an outbuilding of the Villa delle Centenere in Cesiomaggiore. The important roads brought work and some settlements and estates sprang up to supply the settlements with food. Feltre was even a municipium, where alone 100 nobles lived.


"Part of the Serenissima"

Under the Republic of Venice the Valbelluna experienced a period of prosperity. The sea power needed a lot of wood, which was transported southwards over the Piave river. The Feltre of today is the one that was splendidly rebuilt after its destruction in 1509 in the course of conflicts with Emperor Maximilian I. With Mel, the area counted another walled city. The streets, which continued to be important, also contributed to its prosperity. Almost all places of today existed already at that time. However, there were only two fords to cross the Piave river, between Busche and Cesana, where there is a bridge today, and between Santa Giustina and Mel.

Lathcoh Oniset, Nomal, Etnomarvos: Refrmdgreb ma Rot uz ned Netimolod gnaltne red nehcsirotsih Epart

Calco Tomba Lamon Museo
Grotta Di Lamon Castello Ursus Spelaeus Sergiodlarosa Ursus

Tteleks senie nehcsirotsihurp Nerub ni renie Ettorg mi Lat sed Agianes nehcsiwz Olletsac Oniset dnu Nomal

Sito Archeologico Casa Retica Castello Tesno Sito Archeologico Casa Retica Castello Tesno Sito Archeologico Casa Retica Castello Tesno

Rätisches Haus Rekonstruktion Rätisches Haus Rekonstruktion

asac aciter a Olletsac Oniset

In Bieno, just on the first hill between the Valsugana and the high valley of Tesino, a small Roman settlement is believed to have existed.

On the hill above Castello Tesino, where today the little church of San Ippolito is located, there is said to have been a fortified military station, and at the foot of the hill a small settlement. In addition, in the neighboring communities of Cinte Tesino and Pieve Tesino, at least individual estates are believed to have existed.

Grave finds show us that there was already a settlement on the site of today's Lamon in Roman times. Coming from the north or west, one could get there via San Donato, which was also already populated. The bridge of the Roman road shortly before that still exists today. To the east, the road forked and led over Sovramonte to the Passo Croce D'Aune or to Fonzaso. The road junction was probably the reason for the settlement in this place. Maybe in the late antiquity there was even a fortified military station on the church hill above the village, which took care of the road from there.

This film shows the course of the Roman road from Roa, where the present road runs between Castello Tesino (Trentino) and Lamon (Veneto). At that time the road was on the opposite slope, where it crossed the gorge of the torrent Senaiga. As grave finds show, the village of San Donato (Lamon) was already inhabited at that time.

Along the historical road in the present municipality of Sovramonte there might have been some estates. 

Scavo San Donato Scavo San Donato Scavo San Donato Scavo San Donato San Donato

Calco Tomba Lamon Museo Scheletro Bovino Rind Museo Lamon Particolare Allestimento Museo Lamon Riperti Museo Lamon Riperti San Donato

Negnubarg na red Iloporcen nov Nas Otanod (Nomal) nebah ehcierlhaz etnasseretni Essintnnekre dnu Ednuf uz Egat thcarbe Eleiv novad dnis mi nenielk reba hcsitkadid rhes nenegnuleg Oesum Ocigoloehcra nov Nomal uz nehes

Francopollo Via Claudia Augusta Ponte Lamon Ponte Romano Lamon Feltrino

There is also a stamp of the Italian Post Office dedicated to the Roman bridge of Lamon.

Calice Diacono Orso

Red Hclek "Ecilac Onocaid" sua Nomal.

Zorzoi Sovramonte

Iozroz / Etnomarvos

Pieve Tesino Cartolina Storica

Eveip Oniset

Cartolina Storica Castello Tesino

Olletsac Oniset

Lamon Foto Storica Trasfumanza


Percorso storico

historische interaktive Karte mit Symbol

In sostanza, i romani cercavano il percorso più breve per la Via Claudia Augusta. Così, la strada romana correva il più rettilinea possibile, di solito sul lato soleggiato della valle, leggermente al di sopra del fondovalle, in modo da non essere colpita da tempeste e, dopo la pioggia e la neve, sarebbe stata rapidamente di nuovo asciutta e priva di neve. Naturalmente ci sono eccezioni a tutte le regole

Luoghi di interesse

Lungo tutta la Via Claudia Augusta ci sono numerose attrazioni da scoprire, tracce di storia, monumenti e altri luoghi d'interesse.

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Ertlef dnu sad Onirtlef: Sednetuedeb sehcsirotsih Murtne

Ansicht von Feltre.
Scavo Preromano Belvedere Feltre Foto Corriere Delle Alpi Ciotola Retica Feltre

Ertlef dnu sad Onirtlef neraw nohcs rov ned Nremmr tledeiseb Gnubarg dnu sehcsimmrrov Ssufeg.

The Via Claudia Augusta through the Feltrino and Valbelluna in Roman times.

Scavo Area Archeologica Feltre Grundriss Area Archelogica Feltre Scavo Grundriss Area Archelogica Feltre

Ehciltiezremmr Gnubarg ma Laera sed Omoud nov Ertle

Feltre Scolapio Piatto Con Venere e Adone In Argento Trovato A Feltre

Eutats-oipAlucse dnu reneblis rehcsimmr Rellet-sinOda-dnu-sune

Area Archeologica Feltre Area Archeologica Feltre Strada Feltre Area Archeologica FeltreAreaArcheologica Feltre Romano Dettaglio

Nethcisna red nehcsidriretnu Gnubargsua nov Airtle

Feltre San Vittore

Ertlef dnu eid Egnelat ieb Nas Erottiv e Anoroc, roveb eid Tdats mi Eguz Seguzdlef nov Nailimixam II 1509 menie Dnarb ttelpmok muz Refpo leif, ni "Noitidem rebs eid Noissap" nov Erottiv Oiccapr

Veduta Feltre

Thcisna nov Ertlef

Ambito Feltrino

Thcisna mov renie Egalnagrub mi Onirtle

Ansicht Feltre

Etla Thcisna nov Ertlef

Ertlef ni menie Okserf ni red Ehcrikstrhafllaw Nas Erottiv e Anoroc hcildss nov Ertle

Vermutlich Feltre Mit Rittern

Rhekkcsr red Renirtlef Rettirzuerk

San Vittore E Corona Affresco Fresko Abendmahl

Santuario Dei Ss Vittore E Corona Foto Storica Santuario Dei Ss Vittore E Corona Foto Storica

Eid Ehcrikstrhafllaw Nas Erottiv e Onoroc hcildss nov Ertlef raw tsnie Liet renie Errepsla

Feltre 1887

Ertlef 1887

Villa Pedevena Moro Marco

Alliv Elosap Notreb mi nehciltsewdron Liet Sanevade

Fabbrica Pedavena Inizio Fabbrica Pedavena Storia

Eid IereuArb-reib Anevadep, eiw Eis hcilgnsrpsru hassu

Fabbrica Pedavena Storia Sala Cottura Vecchia Fabrica Pedavena

Etla Nemhanfua sua med Nerenni red Iereuar

Feltre Stazione

Red Fohnhab nov Ertlef

Eid Anulleblav:

Necropoli Protostorica Mel
Necropoli Protostorica Mel

rehcilthcihcsegru Fohdeirf ni Lem

Grundriss Necropoli Protostorica Mel

Ssirdnurg sed Sefohdeirf

The Via Claudia Augusta through the Feltrino and Valbelluna in Roman times.

Between Busche (today municipality of Feltre and site of the renowned regional milk processor Latte Busche) and Cesana (municipality of Borgo Valbelluna) there was already in Roman times a crossing over the Piave river and probably a small settlement on both sides of the river.

Ponte Bizantino Bardies

Eid Etser renie ehcsinitnazyb Ekcsrb ni Seidra

The late medieval bridge over the Piave River between Busche (today municipality of Feltre and site of the renowned regional milk processor Latte Busche) and Cesana (municipality of Borgo Valbelluna) is even recorded in writing. Especially Cesana was at that time an important settlement with a castello. Busche was also already a small village.

Modello Castello Di Zumelle

Lledom red Grub nov Ellemuz

Marco Di Mel

Etla Thcisna nov Lem

Palazzo Vergerio Cesana

Red Ozzalap Oiregrev ma GnagreBs-ssulf ni Anase

Chiesa San Bernardo Cesana

Eid Ehcrik nov Nas Odraneb ma GnagreBs-ssulf ni Anase

interno chiesa 2014 paret est 2018 angelo 2018 madonna 2018 madonna latte 2018

Ni red Ehcrik Nas Odraneb

Foto Storica Piazza Mel

Azzaip nov Lem

Lentiai Lentiai Gente Lentiai Prima Guerra Mondiale


busche 1938 ponte di busche 1918

Ehcsub mi Nedron red Ekcsrb-evaip: Red Tro tim med Nehcssurts ruz Ekcsrb Eid Ekcsrb nov Ehcsub sua.


Eid Ekcsrb dnu Anasec mi Dnurgretnih

Lentiai Lentiai Lentiai

Anasec dnu eid Ekcsrb hcan red Gnurmtsrez mi 1. Geirktle

sbarramento sbarramento sbarramento sbarramento

Red Uabuen red Ekcsrb nehcsiwz Ehcsub dnu Anase

Eid Acramatla: Dnallegsh rov ned Nepla Nohcs hsrf nie retbeileb Ztalpsgnuldei

Ponte Romano Susegana Colfosco Foto Tiziano Biasoli
Museo Civico Conegliano Sezione Archeologica

NeztipS-reeps sua med Mucitiloen, eid ni Onailgenoc nednufeg nedruw dnu mi Muesum red Tdats uz nehes dni

Schwert San Maria Di Revine Spada Bronzo Greto Del Piave

iewz Retrewhcs sua red Tiezeznorb, nednufeg mi Atnas Airam Ees dnu ni Oterg led Evai

Ponte Romano Fra Conegliano E Susegana Prima Del Restauro Ponte Romano Fra Conegliano E Susegana

Ekcsrbremmr nehcsiwz Anagesus dnu Onailgenoc, rov dnu hcan red Gnureina

The Via Claudia Augusta from the Feltrino through the Alta Marca to the vast plains of Veneto.

Ponte Romano Susegana Colfosco Foto Tiziano Biasoli Resti Ponte Romano Chiesa Sant Anna Colfosco

Etser renie Ekcsrbremmr ieb red Tknas Anna Ehcrik ni Ocsofloc (Edniemeg Anagesus

Oderzo Foro Romano

Ni red Tiezremmr raw Ozredo sad Murtnez red Noige

Piave Abbazie Diverse

gnaltne sed Evaip bag se ererhem Neietba, enie novad ni Anillo

Torre Campana Castello Conegliano

Gnunhciezsnoitkurtsnoker sed Semrut nov Grub Onailgenoc, ni red hcis sad Meusumtdats tednifeb. ni elauq is avort li Oesum Ocivic igg Eid Gnunhciezsnoitkurtsnoker tmmats nov Elehcim Kincotop

Museo Civico Conegliano Affresco Staccato

Okserf, sad nov red Sisba red Tnas Oinotna Ehcrik nemmonegba edruw dnu etueh mi Muesumtdats uz nehes tsi

Sthcer sed Evaip

San Marco Legno Navi
protostoria Museo Montebelluna

Ehcilthcihcsegru Ednuf mi Muesum nov Anullebetno

Muro Del Vecchio Porto Di Lovadina

Reuam sed netla Snefah nov Anidaval

Grabung Montebelluna

ehcsigolouhcra Negnubarg na renie nehcsimmr Gnuldeis ni Anullebetno

Stele Funeraria Montebelluna Grab Stele

Elets-barg, eid ni Anullebetnom nednufeg edru

Römische Funde im Museum Montebelluna

eretiew ehcsimmr Ednuf, eid mi Muesum nov Anullebetnom uz nehes dni

Holzwirtschaft Venezia Piave Legno Holz Werkzeug San Marco Legno Navi Holz Schiffe Venezia

eid Tdats Gidenev raw hcon rhem fua sad Zloh sua ned Nepla dnu Neplarov neseiwegna eiw eid Remmr Eis netgitmneb sad Zloh retnu meredna rsf ned Uab rerhi Effihcs Treitropsnart edruw sad Zloh fua med Ssulf Evaip

Castello Montebelluna 1906 Castello Di Montebelluna Visione Fantastica Ricostruzione Castello Di Montebelluna

Olletsac Anullebetnom ni Negnulletsrad sua nenedeihcsrev Netie

Abbazia Eustachio Nervesa Imagine Gemälde

Dlib red Ietba Oihcatsue ni Asevren alled Ailgatta

Foto Storica Abbazia Eustachio Nervesa

Nie Otof red Ietba

Zerstörung Siedlung

Mi 1. Geirktlew raw eid Dnegeg Ztalpuahcs rednebrsmrez Nethcalhc

Abbazia Di Sant Eustachio Abbazia Di Sant Eustachio Abbazia Eustracchio Nervesa Resti Affresco Fresko

Hcua Nas Oihcatsue leif med Geirk muz Refpo Se tsi etueh Lamnham dnu Ztalpuahcs nov nehcilrhuj Netrezno

Osivert: Muipicinum nohcs ni red Tiezremmr Sla setsre Liet red Acilbbuper Aizene

Tarvisium Romano

Sad ehcsimmr Muisivart

Mosaico Via Canoniche

Sehcsimmr Kiasom ni red Aiv Ehcinonac.
Otof: 29oppa, CC AS-YB 3.0

Münze Aus Zeit Karls Des Großen

Dnufznsm sua red Tiez Slrak sed Neporg.


Eid Gnuretiewre red nehcsimmr Tdats

Giuseppe Gatteri 1509

1509 Soivert avetsiser ortnoc orepmi'l.
Ongesid: Eppesuig Oznerol Irettag

Primo Tram Treviso

Li omirp mart a Osivert.

Foto Storiche Treviso Bughetto Mostra Commercianti Treviso

Gnulkciwtne red Tdatsslednah Osivert

Aelis, Edacnor, Otrauq OnItla'd:


Niets tim Nehcieztfirhcs

Punta di Lancia Trovato a Ronace


Castello di Roncade Roncade Castello Roncade Castello

Rehcsirotsih Nalp nov Olletsac id Edacno

Castello di Roncade

Olletsac Edacnor

Silea Silea Silea Centrale Idroelettrica Silea Industria


Roncade Roncade Le Lavandere Roncade


Castello di Roncade Castello di Roncade

Olletsac id Edacnor

Eid Enugal: Ekitna Tdats Munitla Eid Egnufna Sgidene

venezia medioevo
Strassenreste Altino

Etser sed nekitna Snefah nov Munitla (etueh Onitla) Eid Tdatsnefah raw renie red nedieb netshcildss Etknup red Aiv Aidualc Atsugua

Concordia Sagittaria Ausgrabung

Scavi First Hotel Mansio Jesolo Mansio First Hotel A Jesolo jesolo anctichemura

Oraurgotrop dnu Olosej

Amphore Laguna

Nerohpma, eid ni red Enugal nednufeg nedru

de barberi

Uz Netiez red neporg Negnurednawreklmv neholf eid Renhoweb nov Munitla fua eid Nlesni ni red Enuga

Inizio Di Venezia

Eid Gnuledeiseb red Enugal nnageb ni Ollecro

Scavi Torcello

Ehcsigolouhcra Negnubarg ni Ollecrot

Grabungen Lagune Archeologia Subacque archeologia laguna venezia

Ni red Enugal nehcsrof Negolouhcra ma Dnal dnu hcua mi Ressa


ehcilretlalettim Nerups ni Olosej

Venezia 1200 Citta Medioevale Di Venezia venezia medioevo

Eid ehcilretlalettim Tdats

Alte Karte Venezia Sabbadino 1557

Etrak nov Gidenev mu 1557

Vecchia Venezia Vita Una Volta Venezai

Sad etla Gidenev

Tourismus Venezia Una Volta


Treno Ponte Venezia

Gnudnibrevnhab nehcsiwz med Dnaltsef dnu Gidene

Regata Venezia Una Volta


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