Deutsche Limes-Straße

Theilenhofen

  • Theilenhofen between Altmühltal and Brombachsee

    Was founded already in the 9th century and
    offers a beautiful view across the low mountain
    range of the Hahnenkamm. The Limes-line is not
    far away from the municipality and located on a
    high plateau, on which the Romans erected the
    fort “Icinia-cum” for protective purposes and a
    fort bath house.

    Sights

    Exposed fort bath house 900 m northwest of
    Theilenhofen and Limes tower with sections of
    the Limes at Rittern.

  • Karte - Theilenhofen
  • Fort marked by planting of trees

    Fort: a stone column marks the northeast corner; footpaths mark the course of the enclosing walls, whereas the fort corners are marked by the planting of trees. Its location on a high plateau guarantees a good visibility. Fort bath house: located in a valley. Walls from the more recent building period excavated and conserved

  • Fort bath house in part conserved

    Fort bath house: located in a valley. Walls from the more recent
    building period excavated and conserved.

  • Touristinfo

    Touristinfo
    Seestraße 12a
    91738 Pfofeld
    Tel. +49 (0) 98 34 / 697
    Fax +49 (0) 98 34 / 975-662

    and

    Verwaltungsgemeinschaft Gunzenhausen
    Gemeinde Theilenhofen
    Reutbergstr. 34
    91710 Gunzenhausen
    Tel. +49 (0) 98 31 / 67 74 - 0
    Fax +49 (0) 98 31 / 67 74 - 26
     
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