Slavic earthwork fortifications near Stubbenkammer and Cape Arkona,
(Isle of Ruegen)
највеће Немачко острво
Slavic castle site on the outskirts of Neuburg, built over in mediaeval times.
En route to Baebelin, 13 Bronze Age barrows under groves of trees.
The remains of a large Slavic castle site directly on the banks of the Warnow. The Obotrite ruler, Niklot was killed before the gates of the castle in 1160
Behren - Luebchin
Slavic castle site built by Circipanians in the 11th./12th. century. The site was destroyed in 1117 by the Danish king Waldemar
Most of the authenticated traces of Slavic presence in 8th–10th centuries have been found in the Feketeügy valley and the environs of the Olt and Nagy-Küküllő rivers, but it is far from clear whether this owes to chance or to the actual pattern of settlement. The largest sites are at Segesvár-Szőlők (where there is evidence of strong Avar influence) and at Siménfalva-Nyikó-völgy (26 huts);