The Celtic World Froeg is located in Rosegg, a village approx. 6 km from Velden at the Woerthersee*, Austria.
Already 3.000 years ago the Celts settled here. The Celtic world Frög shows testimonials of this epoch in a vivid way.
After Hallstatt, Froeg is the second important burial ground of the Celts in Austria. One of the highlights is the reconstructed tomb 120 of a high-ranked woman which was found almost undamaged.
You see a heathen ritual place – the sacred grove of Noreia – and an exhibition in the museum shows jewelry, weapons, tools, brooches and pottery. Particularly noteworthy is the copy of a hearse made of lead, which was found here.
The Celtic World Froeg is opened from April until October.
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