Archaeological vestiges - Roman Basilica and Baths

Arlon, Gallo-Roman city!

The archaeological park reveals the remains of a Gallo-Roman complex.

Some famous pieces exhibited in the Arlon Archaeological Museum were discovered on this site, including the stele of the schoolmaster or a horse ensemble from a column to the Horse-God. After the disappearance of the Gallo-Roman civilization, the place was reused by a Merovingian family. Around the 7th century, the private building became a parish church of the city, dedicated to Saints Marc and Martin. It remained until 1558, while the cemetery was decommissioned in 1853.


Rue des Thermes romains

B-6700 Arlon (Arlon)

49.6801 5.81384 11

Info visit

  • Free access.

Language(s) French

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