Emilianus-Stollen

Local nameStollen Bruss
LocationSt. Barbara, Wallerfangen, Germany

The Emilianstollen is part of a Roman copper mine on the escarpment of the Saargau in the St. Barbara district of Wallerfangen in Saarland, Germany.

The entrance is about 150 metres from the main road. The ancient tunnel with its carved stone inscription is the only direct evidence of underground mining in Central Europe from Roman times. However, it is not the oldest underground mine in Central Europe. In the 5th millennium BC There was already underground mining of flint and copper ores. Guided tours of the mine are available.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emilianus-Stollen

Official Website http://www.geosaarmueller.de/INVENTAR/Datenblaetter/Wallerfangen/016-Wallerfangen_Roem_Bergbau-2010.pdf

Address 66798, Germany

Coordinates 49°19'47.782" N 6°40'41.743" E

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