Roman burial mounds

The burial mound from the Roman era (about 100 AD) in Miklavž is the easternmost of the six in the Maribor area. The Romans put glass or clay urns with the ashes of the deceased, and the offerings for the journey in a tomb, which was placed on the surface. In the burial mounds (backfilled tombs) near Miklavž they buried people of different classes. In 2002, the excavations continued, and the Roman burial mound next to the road on the outskirts of Miklavž was reconstructed and restored into a cultural-historical monument, which is on display to visitors.