© ARGO - Augmented Archaeology (Universität Trier)

Archaeological history in augmented reality

What did buildings and monuments in Luxembourg and the Greater Region look like in prehistoric, Celtic, Roman, and medieval times?

The augmented reality app ARGO reconstructs right in front of your eyes some of the most important sites and buildings from our history including megaliths, funerary monuments, Roman farms and villas, temples, fortresses, and more.

From the Stone Age burial sites of Heffingen (7000 to 6000 B.C.) and the Neolithic menhir of Reckange (6000 to 5000 B.C.), through the Roman villa of Echternach (from the first to the fourth century) and the Celtic-Roman hilltop refuge of Consdorf (from the last centuries B.C. to the end of the fourth century), to the medieval castles of Beaufort (11th century), Larochette (12th century), and Koerich (“Gréiweschlass,” 1338).

Archaeological sites included in the App

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  • Menhir
    Menhir
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  • © 2020 Luxemburger Wort
    Roman Villa Echternach
    The Roman villa of Echternach is one of the most important buildings from the Roman era north of the Alps.
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  • "Gallo-Roman site" Dalheim
    Large vicus on the Roman road
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  • © Jos Nerancic
    free
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    Beaufort Castles
    Immerse yourself in the history of the medieval castle and discover how the last occupant lived in the Renaissance castle.
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  • © Visit Guttland
    Roman villa Mersch
    Roman villa Mersch
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  • © MNHA
    Gallo-Roman Villa of Echternach
    Didactic Museum On The Life Of The Romans
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  • Gallo-Roman thermae
    Gallo-Roman thermae
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  • Koerich Castle - Gréiweschlass
    Koerich Castle - Gréiweschlass
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  • © Thibaud Bastien
    free
    with theLuxembourgCard
    Larochette Castle
    Immerse yourself in the medieval history of Larochette Castle.
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Argo Augmented Archeology App


  • revisit existing or former ancient sites in augmented reality
  • a journey through time, discovering the region's ancient and medieval heritage