Nidau is a municipality in the Biel/Bienne administrative district in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. Nidau is first mentioned in 1196 as Nidowe. In 1352, it was recorded in Latin as Nydow. The remains of a number of stilt house settlements from the neolithic until the late Bronze Age have been found along the lake shore in Nidau. A La Tene artifact was discovered in the Thielle/Zihl canal. Several iron ingots which were probably from the Roman era were found in the old Thielle/Zihl river. Along the river, a wooden castle was built in 1140. A second castle was built in 1180, which was replaced with the stone Nidau Castle in the early 13th century. The town was built south of the castle. It was either built or expanded just before the Battle of Laupen in 1338. The triangular town pointed toward the castle and had a main street that paralleled the river and ran north–south. Three cross streets ran west from the main street. More information...

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