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Aula Palatina

Konstantinplatz 11, 54290 Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
+49 651 42570
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Highly recommended.

This building is an amazing survival from the Roman period. It was built around 310 AD as an... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
26sarah1980
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Andover, United Kingdom
Large church with lots of history

In Germany’s oldest city is located one of the oldest churches. Even has unexplored bombs located... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
tombob7
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Suffolk, Virginia
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This huge cathedral has been preserved from the era of Constantine the Great.
  • Excellent48%
  • Very good38%
  • Average12%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible0%
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“throne room” (27 reviews)
“lutheran church” (13 reviews)
“single room” (8 reviews)
Suggested Duration: < 1 hour
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Konstantinplatz 11, 54290 Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
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+49 651 42570
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"throne room"
in 27 reviews
"lutheran church"
in 13 reviews
"single room"
in 8 reviews
"roman emperor"
in 11 reviews
"optical illusion"
in 3 reviews
"audience hall"
in 4 reviews
"west wall"
in 2 reviews
"american air"
in 2 reviews
"roman times"
in 10 reviews
"administrative center"
in 2 reviews
"during wwii"
in 4 reviews
"opening hours"
in 3 reviews
"huge structure"
in 2 reviews
"air raid"
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"organ pipes"
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"sheer size"
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"history buff"
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This building is an amazing survival from the Roman period. It was built around 310 AD as an imperial throne room and retains its grandeur. The interior forms a great open hall, now used as a church. There is an interesting display on the building’s...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

In Germany’s oldest city is located one of the oldest churches. Even has unexplored bombs located in it.

Thank tombob7
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Reviewed May 4, 2018

While this building the lavish decoration of the other churches in Trier, it is worth a look for the history buff. The basilica helps one understand the design of Roman public buildings and their influence on early Christian architecture. While it has served many functions,...More

1  Thank Timothy W
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Reviewed May 1, 2018

Quite impressive church that dates back to the roman period. The organs are impressive in the big high-ceiling church room.

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Reviewed May 1, 2018

You feel so litlle entering the place...they have more than 1000 seats for the service. Equally, you can learn about the history of the place, which is now a protestant church, but used to be the Roman place of the throne. Do not avoid the...More

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Reviewed April 23, 2018

This Roman structure is incredible! The original west wall has held up surprisingly well, and the east wall is well resorted after the palace next door tried to “use” it and failed. I’d love to hear an organ concert in this space. Men must take...More

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Reviewed April 8, 2018 via mobile

This is a rebuild church but not in the general sense. It was bombed during the war and a lot of the original furnishing was thrown out. When rebuilding it was decided to do a more minimalistic setting and not go back to the original...More

Thank Johannes Sælsen N
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Reviewed January 20, 2018 via mobile

The biggest one-room Roman structure north of the alps has quite a storied past. Come stand in awe of its size, and the sparse puritanical current outfitting it has post-WW2.

Thank Jessie O
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Reviewed December 22, 2017

one of the oldest churches of Roma times north of the Alps, lovingly restored and very impressive vor those who are interested in history of our cultural roots in Europe

Thank Wilfried W
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Reviewed December 7, 2017

The Evangelical Church of the Savior (Constantine Basilica) was built as an audience hall of the Roman emperors who resided in the city in the 4th century with an association with Emperor Constantine (Constantin Basilika) which reminds of this time and purpose. The name of...More

1  Thank Mike K
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