The Factory (Trading Post) was the economic and cultural hub of a settlement, constituting a meeting point on the trade route. Sites of this type were encircled by a palisade safeguarding the inhabitants, merchants and valuable trade goods. Trade settlements served a vide variety of functions in antiquity. They were places were trade transactions and social meetings took place and where knowledge and experience could be shared with those arriving from other parts of Europe.
It’s a place, where you’ll travel back in time almost 2000 years.
Department of Historical Reconstruction
Center of Culture and Sport