Fly back in time with Professor B.C. Oud

From Neanderthal man to city-dweller

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Do you have any idea how far back our history goes?

People were already building a campfire in South Limburg a quarter of a million years ago. The remains of that camp are some of the oldest traces of humans in our country.

There have also been a vast amount of objects found in Limburg soil from people from the Roman era and the Middle Ages.

From Neanderthal man to city-dweller allows you to see all these archaeological treasures close up. See the mammoth bones that Neanderthals munched on, discover how the Romans built a bridge, or find the monk on skates. And if you dare, take an interactive flight past all these eras with Professor B.C. Oud.