The station discovered around 1864 lies immediately before the local situation of Unteruhldingen and extends south of the Ostmole. It lies on a alluvial cone of the Seefeld Aach and represents the most important field of a former heavily fortified late Bronze Age settlement (973-850 BC) on Lake Constance. The special topographical location made possible a transport and communication route across the lake. The site covers three settlement phases and is rich in finds, especially numerous bronze objects.
The Lake Dwelling Museum Unteruhldingen exhibits the finds.
Closest access point