This archaeological site can be found on the hill called Jensberg in the municipality of Studen.
Piece by piece, the history of the village of Studen has been discoverd. Today, the temple ruins and Roman gate are preserved. This hill left its mark on the history of the whole region for more than five centuries: with the presence of a Celtic oppidum and a prosperous Roman town considered as the economic and religious centre for the Seeland and region around Biel/Bienne.
- Accessible by public transport
- Custom hours on request
- Suitable for families
- Guided tours
- Suitable for groups
Good to know
- The Roman gate is in the village of Studen and the temple ruins are only accessible by foot.
- The NMB New Muse Biel proposes on demand guided visits for schools, groups and firms.
- The archaeological discoveries can be seen at the NMB.
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