During different periods of prehistory and protohistory and also in Roman Age and during the first Middle Ages the Plunacker in Villanders has been intensely attended and inhabited due to the enviable exposure. The discovery of the site happened accidentally in 1976 as a result of the opening of a trench for pipe laying works. The over-regional importance of the site is given from a sequence of archaeological layers dating back to different periods of Neolithic, which refer to a very big settlement that still lies mostly undiscovered and preserved in the underground. Nowadays, the remains of the Roman era and the medieval age is roofed over completely and thereby saved from influences of weather.
From Chiusa to Villandro - the Archeoparc is in the center of the village
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