1. Roman city Carnuntum
Carnuntum was an important Roman world city on the border of the Roman Empire from the 1st to the 4th century AD. Due to its militarily important position for securing the border and its proximity to major trade routes, Carnuntum developed into the capital of the province of Upper Pannonia with a population of around 50,000.
Bringing history and basic scientific research to life is the goal of the Roman City of Carnuntum. The Roman Quarter with reconstructed ancient houses, the amphitheaters and the Carnuntinum Museum as the treasure house of Carnuntum bring the ancient world back to life.