Celtic Settlement near Niedaltdorf

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description

brief description: 

archeologically documented burial mounds in the Franco-German border area bear witness to the fact that Celtic tribes used to populate the valley of the river Nied. The reconstruction of a typical Celtic settlement in a wooded area near Siersburg illustrates what life may have been like over 2000 years ago. Surrounded by a wooden fence, the recreated farmstead includes a thatched dwelling house and a stilted storage shed with a wood-shingle roof. The buildings are made of wood and plastered with a mix of straw and clay.

relevant filming facts

usage: 
publicly accessible destination on the Druid Hiking Trail (Druidenpfad)
Background noise: 
quietly located in the middle of the woods
surroundings: 
expansive woodland
Space restrictions: 
to be discussed with town hall administration
Catering: 
choice of restaurants in the town of Niedaltdorf
premises: 
n/a
Filming experience: 
available

accessibility

car: 
coming on the A8 motorway Saarbrücken-Merzig, take the Rehlingen exit and follow the L170 in the direction of Rehlingen-Siersburg. Turn left at the roundabout onto the L171 (main road) in the direction of Siersburg. Follow the road to the town of Niedaltdorf, then cross the French border and continue in the direction of Neunkirchen-les-Bouzonville. There, turn right, direction Schwerdorff. Turn right again, and drive through the developing area to the edge of the forest, where you`ll find the settlement.
train: 
Siersburg train station

supply

parking lot: 
not available in immediate proximity, however, access is possible via forest tracks
electricity supply: 
n/a
water supply: 
n/a

contact

Steffen Conrad
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