Historical structures

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Roman Villa Borg

Perl

Up for the ”Roman way of life“?

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Roman Villa Nennig

Perl

This complex of Roman villas features on the of the most famous examples of Roman mosaic art, the Roman mosaic in Nennig.

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Gallo-Roman Monumental Burial Mounds

Stadt Wadern

The reconstructions of two rare Roman monumental burial mounds with a square stone-surround from the 2nd century AD dominate the landscape for far and wide.

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Montclair Castle

Mettlach

Montclair Castle sits on a ridge roughly 290 metres above the river, enclosed by the „Saarschleife“ – a horseshoe bend in the River
Saar.

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Dagstuhl Castle Ruins

Wadern

Knight Boemund of Saarbrücken built the castle before 1290 as an outpost of the dominion of the Archbishop of Trier.

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Dagstuhl Castle with Castle Garden

Stadt Wadern

The history of the castle began in 1760, when the then reigning Count von Öttingen- Soetern had a family seat built at the foot of
the old Dagstuhl Castle.

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Münchweiler Castle

Wadern

Here Baroque and Mother Nature create a feel-good atmosphere

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Berg Castle

Perl

This Renaissance castle dates back to the 12th century and was once a moated castle.

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Ziegelberg Castle

Mettlach

Hospitality in a historic atmosphere

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St. Peter‘s Parish Church and Gardens

Merzig

Built in the 13th century, St. Peter‘s Parish Church is the largest preserved Romanesque ecclesiastical building in Saarland.

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Church of St. Luitwinus

Mettlach

Built in 1902 in Rhenish Neo-Romanesque style, this Parish Church displays beautiful examples of local mosaic art, executed with an artistic virtuosity that is probably unique in regions north of the Alps.

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Kreuzberg with Kreuzberg Chapel

Merzig

Built in 1858, the Kreuzberg Chapel stands on a hill high above the town.

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