The limes marks out the Roman border fortifications with castles, watchtowers, walls and palisades, which the former superpower used to demarcate its territory against the free Germania. In the year 2005 the Upper German-Raetian Limes was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List.
This modern, hands-on museum with its fascinating exhibits - both indoor and out - invites you to experience history with all your senses. Discover everyday life of Romans, craftsmen and soldiers who lived along the Limes. Hikers are welcome here too: RömerWelt is located at the meeting point of the Rheinsteig, Westerwaldsteig and Limes hiking trails.
The fort in Pohl is, according to the current state of art an authentic reconstruction of a small fort with watchtower. It is unique in Germany and located directly on the "Deutsche Limesstraße" at the south-eastern beginning of the Limes in Rhineland-Palatinate.