Originally an army camp, Carnuntum grew into the Roman capital of Upper Pannonia in the early AD. The restored city opened in 2006. 2013 it became one of the first recipients of the EU Heritage Label. En savoir plus .
The base of the merchants’ guild since the 15th century, this historic building now serves as a history museum. In 2013, it became one of the 4 first sites to receive the new European Heritage Label. En savoir plus .
Housing the International Court of Justice, the Permanent Court of Arbitration and Hague Academy of International Law, it received the European Heritage Label in 2013 – the year of its centennial. En savoir plus .