Those visiting Wiesbaden in Germany are in for a major treat if they’re the type to enjoy looks at history and the culture of foreign countries. There is no shortage of ancient structures in this area, enough to pique anyone’s interest. Chief among them, however, is what is perhaps the oldest structure in the town, a last surviving vestige of the days when Rome occupied the area defending it from roaming Germanic tribes. Dating back to the 4th century, the Heathen’s Wall is one sight that demands to be seen.
The structure of the Heathen’s Wall was originally part of a massive fortress, from which only a few parts remain in this day and age. These are the Heathen’s Wall itself, and the Roman Gateway, a fantastic wooden bridge. The remains of the fortress today house an open museum that features many artifacts and attractions related to the Roman era of Wiesbaden’s history, something that is certain to appeal to the history buff in everyone.
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