Roman Tower of Arlon

The two Roman towers, Neptune and Jupiter (on the Grand-Place), were part of the ramparts. These walls were built on large foundations made up of fragments from dismantled monuments, including magnificent low reliefs that can now be seen in the Archaeological Museum. One of these sculptures, representing Neptune, is still in place in the wall beneath the tower.

Useful information

Address : 

Grand-Place, 6700 Arlon

Phone:

+32 63 21 94 54

Opening hours

closed Mon - contact visitor centre

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The belvedere at St Donat's Church
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Archaeological Museum of Arlon
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The belvedere at St Donat's Church
The belvedere at St Donat's Church
The hilltop St Donat's Church is crowned
Arlon's Roman Baths
Arlon's Roman Baths
There are a few remains of the 4C Roman
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