Discover the landscape around you with a 360° aerial view. Just click on the “To 360° view” button below this text to open the VR experience. If you use VR glasses, you can also view this image in virtual reality. To do so, select the corresponding icon (far right) in the control bar on your smartphone. Now position the smartphone e.g. in a Cardboard Viewer. Have fun exploring the prehistoric monuments in the landscape!

Explore the 3D object shown above at your location. Click on the button “IM RAUM ANSEHEN” and place the object on a flat surface at your location. The camera tries to identify the geometry of the room / landscape in order to display the 3D object there.

Kelheim jug: discovered in 1863 in a cremation burial in Mitterfeld. Dating: Late La Tène period (150 century BC to around the birth of Christ).

“Traders who once passed through here could do good business in the Celtic city of Alkimoennis. But only if they were honest. If someone was a crook, he did well to stay outside! Think of the scalped skull found here by my archaeologist colleagues. The Celtic head cult is well known. And human sacrifices ended up in the cauldron back then, or so the story goes! As sacrifices to the gods!”