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This was the reason we came to Trier and unintentionally saw it in a great way - illuminated by night - and realising just how big it was - and Roman. Inside, it feels less grand, until one realises that each ceiling coffer is the...More
The most complete Roman building I've seen. Gives a real insight into how impressive these Roman palaces must have been. Superb Roman brickwork that is 1700 years old... how many modern brick built structures will last that long?
This church seems to be a contemporary building and is in fact the last remain of Constantins imperial palace. (the city of Trier has been a capital of the roman empire for a short while). It lacks all the marble decoration it certainly used to...More
This was a great place to visit. Beautiful to look at and a fascinating part of history. There were signs in English to explain its history from the Roman times to the Second World War although the information could have been translated a little better....More
Was our 4th visit to Trier and the first time we’ve been able to get into the building due to renovation work being done on our previous visits.have to say we weren’t disappointed.subjects must have walked the length off the interior trembling to what is...More
Just wow. The size of it! From inside out it is really impressive. I was walking around on a hot summers day and decided to go inside to cool down inside. But I was surprised when it was actually quite warm inside because the roof...More
I've been wanting to go to Trier for decades and finally (at age 71) made it. One of the primary reason was to step back and literally step into history at Roman Emperor Constantine's throne room. Emperors meant to impress and I'm certain that anyone...More