History

FRIBOURG REGION Historical Reference Marks

Owing to the rich archeological sites found on its territory, the Pays de Fribourg bears witness to the close ties it had with the Celtic (300-58 BC) and the Roman (58 BC-401 AD) cultures. Even today, it is possible to visit those archeological sites.

Fribourg History

Founded in 1157 by Duke Berthold IV of Zaehringen and sheltered from the ravages of history, Fribourg is an important volume in the complete set of Western civilization and its old town, one of the biggest Medieval architectural ensembles in Europe.

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