Due to increasing numbers of students with migration background, a coincidence between people with different languages, lifestyles, religious confessions, mentality, and behaviour is inevitable. Hence, intercultural learning has become an explicit duty for schools. The aim of this diploma thesis is to prepare a history didactical concept for intercultural learning with respect to the extracurricular learning centre Mogersdorf, as the history and culture of remembrance of this place offer numerous contentwise connecting factors. After the Battle of Mogersdorf/Saint Gotthard in 1664, historically interesting monuments, memorial sites and museums developed, which do not only point to the significance of this event in the present, but also offer an examination of the historical and cultural process of the location. The diversely arranges “Friedensweg” in Mogersdorf supports and encourages intercultural, historical and political learning, whereof culturally heteronomous learning groups should profit by learning how to deal with the cultural diversity and otherness in a tolerant way and by promoting an appreciating contact with each other. The competence-based model of the group FUER-Geschichtsbewusstsein (i.e. FOR-historical awareness), which is demanded by the curriculum and used in schools, was used for the conception of the school field trip.