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Church of St. Gangolf Tips (9)

St Gangolphs Catholic Church

The towers of St Gangolph's reached 62 meters when the widow of Lord Mayor, Adelheid Besselich donated them in the 15th century and thus were actually taller than those of the cathedral, which raised...
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Maryimelda
Jan 24, 2010

Gangolf Church

The Baroque Gangolfkirche has a beautifull decorated entranceporch. the church is build in the 15 th. century and has an impressive tower, that now as having its new coulours (painted in the 20 th...
ger4444
Mar 14, 2006

St Gangolp, my preferred church!

This church deserves a “tip”, only because of its bell tower and because from where ever you are in the pedestrian area, you see it! And may be I liked it too much! This church is not as famous as the...
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kokoryko
Jun 16, 2008

CHURCH OF ST. GANGOLF

The church of St. Gangolf seemed to be crushed by all the building's surrounding it.I did have trouble finding the entrance way!It is worth having a look inside this 15th century Church which has a...
balhannah
Jan 18, 2012

St. Gangolf Church

Just off the market square, behind the gilded gate of iron and marble, stands the city's first church named for the Roman soldier who was named a saint. The church building is surrounded by a...
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wayne0k
Apr 18, 2005

The church of St Gangolf.

The oldest parts of St Gangolf church stems from 964 when the first stone was laid. In 1284 was it rebuilt in Gotic style and in 1507 was the tower heightened to 62 m. The church was severly damaged...
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Askla
Dec 29, 2012

St Gangolph church

The south of the Great Market is dominated by the huge shape of the church of St. Gangolph and its mighty tower (1507m). Build between the 13th and 15th centuies, the church is a symbol of Trier's...
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Muya
Dec 19, 2004

church of st. gangolf

this 15th century church dominates the hauptmarkt. this beautiful late gothic church houses the altar of st. michael.
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doug48
Jun 11, 2008

CHURCH OF ST. GANGOLPH

The church of St. Gangolph is completely surrounded by houses and can only be reached through a charming Baroque gateway. The entrance is on the Market Place
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Dec 20, 2005
 
 
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Amphitheater

Entering the Amphitheater you will walk through the ruins of the entrance gate. This was used as a quarry in the Middle Ages. The arena itself (built in the last third of the 2nd century) is...
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Hauptmarkt - Main Market

Although the Haupmarkt had no market stalls on my cold february mid-week morning, and although there weren't many people around...I rather liked it like that. I'm sure it's a very busy place when...
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Roemerbruecke - Roman Bridge

The old Roman bridge, Römerbrücke, built in the 2nd century AD, is the oldest bridge north of the Alps still used for traffic. Of the seven supporting columns, five are original! The arches dates...
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Kaiserthermen - Imperial Baths

If nothing else, the Kaiserthermen give you a real idea of just how important Trier was during Roman times. Building work for the Kaiserthermen ('Imperial Baths') began around 300AD. It was a massive...
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Church of Our Lady

A last look to the nave from the Holy Shrine, (Main picture) then we can continue the visit , going through a door at the eastern side, and go to visit a cloister separating the cathedral from the...
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St Peter's Cathedral

Trier's cathedral of St Peter is an ancient construction indeed, its origins dating back to Roman times. After the conversion to Christianity of Emperor Constantine, Roman Trier (then called Augusta...
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