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Kurfürstliches Palais, Trier

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  • If you are in Trier, you definitely have to see this Palais. Its totally worth it! The garden is well maintained and its situated right at the centre yet covered with enough discreetness. When I 1st s...  more »
  • This place is quite unique in Trier. The architecture, the flair of the near garden and the statues - it's as if this place wouldn't really belong to the rest of the ancient and medieval city. As I've...  more »
  • Situated in the palace garden, beautiful building. The adjacent Park invites you to linger. Playground nearby.
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  • It has a nice park for a picknick but the palace itself isn't that impressive. Just buy some snacks and drinks and enjoy the park.
  • It is an OK palace, with the exception of the nicely decorated balconies.
  • Great spot
  • Johannes Seiz stood to build Rococo mansion Kurfürstlichs Palais, completed in 1761, and with statues of Ferdinand Tietz. Trier is not so have cute as some of Germany's other cities, perhaps almost drowns in flower and half-timbered houses. But Trier is a good mix of sights, which can be combined with a shopping spree. On one's way through the city, you can enjoy a glass of Moselle wine on one of medieval squares. The city has 100,000 residents. and is located on the banks of the Moselle, which makes it in several places in the city can see where the vineyards begins. Trier has a total of nine buildings and memorials, which are included in UNESCO's list of world heritage sites.
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  • Cute but blocked views of the Basilica.
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