New national concept unites Celtic sites in Germany

Reconstruction of Celtic settlement (reference image)
Reconstruction of Celtic settlement (reference image) Image: Roßbacher (image)

Historically, the Celts are considered to be the first cultural group north of the Alps, and mark the start of Central Europe’s written history. Baden-Württemberg houses some of the most important Celtic sites. These places now gain support when the country’s Council of Ministers gave the starting signal for the development of a new cultural concept for the treatment of these sites.

The new concept will connect all important sites of the Celts in Baden-Württemberg and make them accessible. For this purpose an inter-ministerial working group was founded.

Between the 7th and 6th century BC, Celtic culture developed between the French region of Burgundy and Germany’s Württemberg. From here they spread throughout Europe.

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