Prähistorische Pfahlbauten

Die UNESCO Fundstätten rund um den Bodensee im Überblick

UNESCO Site Große Stadt Kleiner Hafner

This is the oldest known pile construction site. Originally an island, Egolzwil was repeatedly inhabitated into the Late Bronze Age.
UNESCO Fundstelle Sipplingen Osthafen © Landesamt für Denkmalpflege | © Landesamt für Denkmalpflege

UNESCO Site Sipplingen Osthafen

The site was discovered in 1864/65 and is considered one of the largest and best preserved prehistoric settlements on Lake Constance. It is located in a unique settlement...

UNESCO Site Insel Werd

In the 1930s excavated island settlement. Fund layers from the Neolithic and Bronze Age. Idyllic situated on the Rhine island in front of the medieval town of Stein am Rhein.
© Landesamt für Denkmalpflege

UNESCO Site Ehrenstein

The Ehrenstein site is located northwest of Ulm in the valley of the river Blau, south-southeast of the village Ehrenstein. Ehrenstein is one of the best preserved wetland...
Wabenfoermige Einbauten schuetzen die Fundstelle vor Erosion © Landesamt für Denkmalpflege | © Landesamt für Denkmalpflege

UNESCO Site Litzelstetten Krähenhorn

The station Litzelstetten-Krähenhorn represents a special settlement situation on the north bank of the peninsula Bodanrück.
Rose Island and the shallow waters around it together form the UNESCO World Heritage component part. | © © BLfD, Foto: K. Leidorf

UNESCO sites Feldafing Roseninsel

Rose Island in Lake Starnberg was the first and only pile dwelling site that was discovered in Bavaria during the 19th century. With the exception of the nearby Kempfenhausen...

UNESCO sites Geltendorf Unfriedshausen

The Neolithic settlement of Unfriedshausen is situated in the valley of Loosbach brook and a close neighbour of the Neolithic village of Pestenacker. At Unfriedshausen...
Fototafeln Hornstaad Hörnle © Landesamt für Denkmalpflege | © Landesamt für Denkmalpflege

UNESCO Site Hornstaad Hörnle

In 1856/57 the site was discovered; after her the Hornstaader group was named. Extensive excavations have uncovered a cluster village, which was built between 3918 and 3902...
Gesamthausrekonstruktion © Landesamt für Denkmalpflege | © Landesamt für Denkmalpflege

UNESCO Site Ödenahlen

UNESCO Site Ödenahlen is located 500 m south of the village Ödenahlen in the northern Federseeried. It was discovered in 1930 / 40s and explored in 1981 by Landesdenkmalamt...