Flavia Solva was a town in the Roman province of Noricum and is located in the Leibnitzer Feld near Leibnitz. Here, the Roman era lies directly underground. The town once covered more than 40 hectares. 5% of this area is located in the archaeological protection zone in Leibnitz. Today, this site is the most important Roman archaeological site. Here you can admire exhibits from over 100 years of archaeological research. It can be visited around the clock and admission is free. Today, the museum is offered as a display case that can be moved around. Admire these unique finds in southern Styria.