Ripa Pannonica in Hungary
Ripa Pannonica in Hungary is part of the Tentative list of Hungary in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.
At the Ripa Pannonica in Hungary, the Danube was used as natural border of the Roman Empire in its province of Pannonia. Watchtowers, forts and civil settlements were placed along that border. A specific use of watchtowers - in a line of four – was developed here to guard the river and its islands.
Map of Ripa Pannonica in HungaryLoad map
The coordinates shown for all tentative sites were produced as a community effort. They are not official and may change on inscription.
Another scattered entry. I tried the part in Gyor which is its city wall museum now - so so.
2019 Advisory Body overruled
From Inscribe to Refer due to late withdrawal of Hungarian component parts
2009 Added to Tentative List
The site has 6 locations