Prehistoric pile-dwelling sites featured on UNESCO's World Heritage List.
These prehistoric remains of lake villages are a registered UNESCO World Heritage Site. Because they are submerged in the waters of the lake, they are largely invisible – but you can still discover the secrets they hold at the Laténium museum in Hauterive, or with the help of a mobile app.
- In principle, these sites are invisible because they are either under water or buried under thick layers of sediment
- 22 sites in the Three-Lakes Region have been inscribed on the World Heritage List