The Glauberg is a Celtic oppidum in Hesse, Germany consisting of a fortified settlement and several burial mounds, "a princely seat of the late Hallstatt and early La Tène periods."Archaeological discoveries in the 1990s place the site among the most important early Celtic centres in Europe. It provides unprecedented evidence on Celtic burial, sculpture and monumental architecture.

Read more about Glauberg:  Location and Topography, History of Archaeological Research, Summary of Settlement History, Celtic Fortification (oppidum), Sites Associated With The oppidum, Southern Hesse - A Celtic Landscape, Significance, Archaeological Park and Museum

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Glauberg - Archaeological Park and Museum
... Construction for the museum started in 2007, with completion originally projected for 2009 ... It opened on May 5, 2011 ...
Glauburg - History
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