In the winter of the year 4 – 5 A.D. the Romans erected a fortified camp at Delbrück-Anreppen. With an area of approximately 23 hectares, the camp apparently accommodated up to 6,000 soldiers.
An information stand at the Roman camp provides details about the history and the significance of the camp to the interested visitor.
Various information boards contain interesting details about the Roman camp. The construction of a Fossa Fastigata (V-shaped ditch) in 2008 was the start of comprehensive reconstruction work. The discovery of this Roman Camp in Anreppen in 1967 was one of the most important finds of early monuments in provincial Roman research for both German and international archaeology.