Prähistorische Pfahlbauten

Die UNESCO Fundstätten rund um den Bodensee im Überblick
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...
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...
UNESCO Fundstelle Wangen-Hinterhorn © Landesamt für Denkmalpflege | © Landesamt für Denkmalpflege

UNESCO Site Wangen-Hinterhorn

The UNESCO Site Wangen-Hinterhorn was discovered in 1856 by Kaspar Löhle, councilor and small farmer from Wangen, as the first prehistoric lakeside settlement in the shallow...
UNESCO Fundstelle Konstanz Hinterhausen © Landesamt für Denkmalpflege | © Landesamt für Denkmalpflege

UNESCO Site Konstanz Hinterhausen

The extensive pile field and the spectrum of artifacts discovered point to a comprehensive settlement history on the north shore of Constance harbor, first discovered in...

UNESCO Site Rorenhaab

This site marks the beginnings of pile-dwelling research in the canton of Zurich. The settlement was inhabited by the Cortaillod culture to the Late Bronze Age.