Oppidum

Oppidum de l'Impernal

Historic site and monument ,  Ruins and remains ,  Archaeological site at Luzech
3 Full-fare
  • Located in the north of Luzech, the rocky spur of the Impernal overlooks the Lot Valley, Since the discovery of the site in 1872 by E. Castagne, there has been many excavation campaigns. They revealed three areas of built structures:
    - A temple (fanum) typically Celtic, constructed by the Romans on a Gallic oppidum.
    - A construction recently interpreted as a more massive temple than the fanum.
    - Three walls (two of wich are buried) representing 1,500 years of history of the ancient...
    Located in the north of Luzech, the rocky spur of the Impernal overlooks the Lot Valley, Since the discovery of the site in 1872 by E. Castagne, there has been many excavation campaigns. They revealed three areas of built structures:
    - A temple (fanum) typically Celtic, constructed by the Romans on a Gallic oppidum.
    - A construction recently interpreted as a more massive temple than the fanum.
    - Three walls (two of wich are buried) representing 1,500 years of history of the ancient fortifications.
Services
  • Equipment
    • Picnic area
    • Car park
  • Rates
  • Guided visit single adult
    3 €
  • Free
Openings
Openings
  • All year
    Opened Everyday