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We were there on a Sunday, and went to high mass. Interestingly, there was no stained glass, and I couldn't find the stations of the cross anywhere. The kneeling benches didn't have the cushions we in the US are used to, so some people just...More
A very beautiful cathedral for sure! This is a must visit while in Trier, and free! The ceiling, alter, and artifacts are amazing. No limits for cameras, or dress code - shorts and “legs showing” are allowed.
As this cathedral looks different and unusual from outside already I expected something exceptional but what I saw was beyond expectations. Giant space richly decorated by marble just took my breath away. In the end it was the best attraction I visited in Trier.
Do not forget visiting when you are in Trier!
This really is one of the religious places with a great impression.
Everything is created from harmony. A light rosé colour is basic.
A lot of information you can find on internet.
For me one of...More
From all the domes i have visited, this is definitely in my top 3 now. Visiting was free and the allow you to see a lit, including the cellar. The organ (main one) sounds out of this world. You should see this when you are...More
We were on a Rick Steve's Tour of the city, which was just wonderful as our local guide was so full of history. The brick work, the different time periods for the work done. It was great walking around the Cathedral at all sides and...More
This beautiful Cathedral is tucked behind the marketplace but once you turn that corner you are taken about by its sheer size. It is free to go in and wander and well worth your time. There are stunning statues and art collection to enjoy! The...More
As you approach the church through the market square, you are captivated by its dominance. This early Romanesque building was built in 330 A.D. It burned down in 326 and a new cathedral was built. Yet another horrible fate occurred when Constantine tore it down....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.