VORÜBERGEHEND GESCHLOSSEN: Römische Kalkbrennerei Iversheim

Bad Münstereifel

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The lime kiln near Iversheim is one of several distilleries that were built as early as Roman times. In 1966, they were discovered during the construction of a water pipeline. A test burning in one of the original kilns provided important insights into lime production in Roman times. The Iversheim lime kiln is one of the most important archaeological sites for the economic history of the Romanswitnorth of the Alps


Bad Münstereifel


Römische Kalkbrennerei Iversheim
Kalkarer Weg
53902 Bad Münstereifel-Iversheim
Phone: (0049) 2253 3385

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Radfahrer an der Erftquelle


The "Erft" rises in the small village of Holzmülheim, directly below the Himberg. It flows from here in the direction of Bad Münstereifel until it flows into the Rhine after about 100 km near Neuss. The spring was framed with natural stones by the village community. There is also a small statue of St. John Nepomuk, who is venerated as a bridge saint and is supposed to protect against water hazards. In the immediate vicinity is a playground, where there are also barbecue facilities and a lawn for sunbathing. At events at the spring, there is the possibility of being baptised in the Erft and receiving the title of "Erft cadet".