Römisch-Germanisches Museum

  Roncalliplatz 4      +49 221 22 12 23 04     more than a year ago
Originally part of the Roman and Germanic department of the Wallraf-Richartz Museum, this intriguing museum was built in 1974 on the walls of a Roman villa unearthed during WWII. Dedicated to life in the area under Roman occupation, among the usual pots, weapons, statues and other archaeological detritus of note is the extraordinary Dionysus mosaic and some wonderful examples of ancient, crude Roman glassware. One of Germany's most popular museums, the curators have been considerate enough to label everything in English and French as well as German.

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Open 10:00-17:00. Closed Mon.


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