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Heathens Wall

The Heathens' Wall is Wiesbaden's oldest structure from Roman times and is found next to the Roman Gateway. Only fragments of the wall, which in fact was part of a Roman stronghold dating back to 364-375 AD to ward off attacks from the Germanic tribes, remain today.
The Roman Gate was built in 1902 with a covered wooden bridge. In the Roman Open-Air Museum next to the Roman Gate, there are copies of stone tablets found in Wiesbaden from the Roman era.
A small open-air museum shows copies of Roman stone tablets.
The heathens wall with the roman gate wiesbaden.de / Photo: Wiesbaden Marketing GmbH
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