Trier – Rome of the North; Abdul Rastagar; Dave’s Travel Corner

Germany – Roman Monuments, Cathedral of St Peter and Church of Our Lady in Trier

Trier is the UNESCO World Heritage city you’ve never heard of. While you were busy swooning over Berlin’s modern architecture or Munich’s copious beer gardens, you’ve missed Germany’s most remarkable city, quietly minding its own business along the banks of the Mosel river, the way it always has for two and a half millennia. Visiting Trier puts the visitor in a bind – should she primarily focus on Trier’s Roman or more “recent” medieval history – both are abundant and extraordinary. The city is home to an incredible nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Nine! In one city. That is a quarter of all UNESCO sites in the entire country of Germany!

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