We have visited this church many times and it is still a thrill to open the door and step inside.
I have been told Balthazar Neumann (spelling approximate!), who designed the interior, wanted those entering this church to feel as if they are entering heaven. The ceilings are so impressively painted, in a baroque style, as to make verbal description very challenging. The white walls and backgrounds really bring out the detail of the various heavenly scenes. Photos don't do it justice. Must be seen if you're visiting Trier
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