Neupfarrplatz is a museum beneath the site of Regensburg's largest Christmas
market. From 1995 to 1998, when the square was dug up for utility work,
archaeologists found ruins and treasures from a Roman military camp (ca. 179 AD)
and a long-lost medieval Jewish quarter. The arch and stairs above are from
the 14th Century.
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