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The remains of the 25 metre Roman boat that sailed in a Rhine tributary almost 2000 years ago is amazing. The size of it is just incredible and, remarkably, so much of it is still intact after lying buried in mud for so long. The...More
a special place, hard to describe in words.
The remnants of the old boat are stunning. To think this was used so long ago to travel a river that isn't here any longer...
Then there is the farm part, nice for children to be close...More
Tonight we visited the museum of the old Roman fortress in the border of the Northern Limes at De Meern, near Utrecht.
The museum contains besides old artifacts, the most complete Roman freighter ever found in Nothern Europe.
The museum is constructed along the ancient...More
Castellum Hoge Woerd is a great place to visit when you are out in Leidsche Rijn with or without kids. The food is ok, the staff is very accommodating but the setup with a closed courtyard is ideal when you want to have lunch or...More
this attraction as been done with a lot of care and attention to detail.
make sure you allow some time to visit the entire place - with not only the ship, but also the barn, the gardens, the exhibitions and, of course, the upper walkway.
We love to visit Castellum Cafe for a drink, dessert or meal. The grounds are lovely for a stroll, to play or picnic. With free entry, this is a terrific place to discover the history of this area of the Netherlands where Ancient Roman ruins...More
The place is modern and I love it. The exhibition inside is nice, but not so much. The restaurant looks nice and had a children area. The terrace is nice also with a view to the rounding buildings. They had some beers on the tap...More
In the Netherlands, over the past decades, many Roman ships have been found.
Now, for the first time, one of the ships has been completely preserved: the ship named "De Meern I". The ship sank due to an accident.
We know that since the ship...More
This museum centres on a locally excavated Roman-era freight river craft used for carrying goods in the second century, probably for the Roman army. The boat sank with all its equipment on board and it is the ship as well as this equipment that is...More