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For families this it a neat spot. There is just enough information on the posted signs to give you a sense of life in this bronze or iron age village. Examples of their industry and products are exhibited in the buildings - some are dwellings,...More
We visited the salt mine there and afterwords we visited the Celtic Village. I don't think I would go there as a standalone attraction but as a side attraction it was very interesting. Not time-consuming and I had a great park right in the village...More
After visiting the Keltenmuseum in Hallein a few years ago, we finally hit pay dirt , with the Keltendorf in Durrnberg. What a feeling walking today,where 2000 years the kelts lived and dug for salt. They had houses , made pottery, wooden and metallic objects...More