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This is a huge building originally built between AD 306 and 337. It was repurposed into a Protestant Church by the Prussians. The squares in the ceiling are each large enough to hold a Volkswagen beetle
The reason to visit this structure is not its beauty but its historical significance. Apparently, this is the largest building north of the Alps (or possibly all of Europe) from Roman times still standing without any internal supports (67 meter length, 26 meters wide and...More
No photo can show how impressive this structure is. I am so glad that it was rebuilt and restored after the damages of time and war. Being used as a church today it is history being kept alive.
Firstly admire the enormity of the Roman...More
Constantine's Basilica was wonderful to see even though it had been rebuilt post WWII. One wall and the apse were completely original; the others had a patchwork of modern bricks. It was extraordinary to see the kind of bricks that the Romans made and that...More
Built around 310, the structure was designed to express the magnificence and might of Constantine I the Great.
The massive space; 27 m (90 ft) wide, 33 m (108 ft) high, and 67 m (220 ft) long, was initially the emperor's throne room where he...More
The high ceilings and the size of the building is impressive - it is one large room with no supporting columns. It is simple in comparison to the Dom but the exhibition and the history is well worth a visit.