The Roman Frontier along the River Rhine as future part of the Frontiers of the Roman Empire: A transnational World Heritage Site
The northern border of the Roman Empire, the Limes, is the largest linear archaeological feature in Europe. The Lower German Limes, featuring forts, ships, roads and civilian settlements along the river Rhine in the German states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatinate, and through the Dutch provinces of Gelderland, Utrecht and Zuid-Holland, is an impressive remnant of our Roman past.
The Roman Frontier along the River Rhine
The Role of Museums in revitalizing Cultural Landscapes
De Bruin, Hertog & Paardekooper (eds.), 2018.
Published by ICOM Netherlands