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If the Porta Nigra is big, this place is gigantic, and once upon a time much larger than it is today. It dates back to Constantine, and from what I've read seems to have been built primarily for his mother, who was a devout Christian...More
Extraordinary beautiful - every step offers new perspective - wonderful ... at the same time it is not overloaded in a way, that you don't feel comfortable anymore. Perfect mix.
I only want to highlight two things - explore it yourself: the look up to...More
Turn every corner and see details you completely missed minutes before. The elegant workmanship and meaning behind the artistry is intriguing. Go to the small museum on second floor, pay 1.50 euro to see nail used during crucifixion as well as very valuable artifacts dating...More
Visiting Trier for the day and the Dom has to be on your visit list. It looks magnificent from the outside and inside it is simply stunning. The ornate ceilings and statues have to be seen to be appreciated. I haven't seen such intricate detailing...More
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The holy Rok is present in the Cathedral of Trier, but is only a view times a year shown to the people in a holy mess. So please if you want to see the Rok or Tunica contact the Tourist Information or the Dom... More
The holy Rok is present in the Cathedral of Trier, but is only a view times a year shown to the people in a holy mess. So please if you want to see the Rok or Tunica contact the Tourist Information or the Dom information center about the dates that it is shown. Ask them also some more about visiting the mess as it is always very busy as many people cone to Trier to see this relic at these times.