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Trier is one of the oldest Roman settlements in Germany and there are numerous relics of that period which have been preserved.
The Barbarathermen, the largest Roman baths north of the Alps are located in a residential area of the city close to the river....More
The multi-language signs are helpful for international travelers. The "path" is over the ruins. Interpretation signs offer images and a written description of each view. We had limited time in Trier and the location of this Bad near the Amphitheater was great. The designers really...More
This site is a gem. It was the 2nd largest baths of the time. They have uncovered only about a half of it, as the rest is under homes and roads. You walk along a platform and look down onto the site. There are information...More
Really enjoyed walking the grounds and reading the signs that explained the baths. They also include diagrams and artist renditions of what it would have looked like in its heyday. The bridge that runs diagonally through the grounds gets you as close to the ruins...More
Totally obscure places included for not evident reason in the list of "world heritage" by UNESCO. The pitiful remnants of its former greatness. Trenches and foundations, due to identify the tracks of something great that stood here nearly two millennia ago. Obviously this is influenced...More
After a walk along the River Moselle to have a look at the old cranes (at Kranenufer) and the Roman Bridge, we arrived at the Unesco World Heritage ruins of the Barbara Thermae (‘Barbarathermen’ in German), just a short distance behind the bridge. After centuries...More