Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
The oldest Gothic church in Germany, Liebfrauenkirche, along with Trier's cathedral and Roman monuments, is a UNESCO-protected World Heritage Site. Built in the 13th century, the church is notable for its atypical cruciform floor plan as a round church resembling a 12-petal rose. In the 12 supporting columns, you'll find paintings of the 12 apostles, as well as the 12 articles of the Apostle's Creed. Due to damage during World War II, the church has been painstakingly restored with modern stained-glass windows that flood the vast hall with light and color on a sunny day. Add Liebfrauenkirche to your Trier travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Trier trip generator.
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Diese Kirche ist als Rundbau einzigartig. Muß man gesehen haben. Besonders die Säulen mit den 12 Aposteln an den Säulen die man von einem mit * gekennzeichneten Platz sehen kann sind einzigartig.This church is unique as a rotunda. Must be seen. Especially the columns with the 12 Apostles on the columns one by one with * marked space can see are unique.show original
Entering we realized that it is a central church which was a bit surprising and gave same interest to this building which probably suffered during WWII. New glass windows and paintings on the columns.
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A Igreja de Nossa Senhora em Trier é anexa à Catedral de Trier. Seus alicerces datam do periodo do imperador Constantino, a mas a igreja de fato foi iniciada em 1227. Tem o estilo gotico com mravilhos... read more »The Church of our Lady in Trier is attached to the Cathedral of Trier. Its foundations date back to the period of the Emperor Constantine, the Church actually began in 1227. Has the Gothic style with stained glass mravilhosos.show original
A place full of history. If you find a guide ask him whatever you want. They are very helpful
Historical church, it should be a nice stop for a minute or so to enter and to visit its peaceful inner garden just in the middle of the effervescent town centre.
Just next to the Dom is this churche just freshly renovated. It's different than the Dom and it's nice to compare the different architecture.
Владислав ФедоровIn the heart of Trier, suddenly too much surprising, for, in General, not the most famous cities of Germany. In particular, I can't remember where else would in direct neighbourhood there were two huge Cathedral, which pulls the corny name majestic, but so be it. Two of the era's architecture-tželovesnyj and perky Romanesque St. Peter's perfectly complemented by the elegance and high style of the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Be sure to enter both-after the overwhelming grandeur of the Cathedral Church seems to be particularly delicate, because of its shape and the plan-blossomed flower.show original
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