In 1984 the roman villa in Longuich, on the river Mosel, was discovered giving new insights on the roman civilization of the land in the second century AD.
Being of an urban typology, the villa was provided with a complete hydraulic system: a complete bath, heating facilities and latrine. This building was originally a rustic villa and was transformed later to provide a luxurious dwelling for their owners until the german invasions of the IV century AD. The re-construction was made in situ, it can be visited on sundays and displays information about viticolture in the roman era.
The Longuich Villa is part of the Roman Wine Road cultural land and tourism project.