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St. Gangolf, Trier

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St. Gangolf's church is a Roman Catholic church in Trier, Germany. It is dedicated to St. Gangulphus. After Trier Cathedral, it is the second oldest church building in the city.
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  • If you walk from the Porta Nigra to the Hauptmark you see the church tower between the houses but you come from the other side as I then you have no very in. It is that I saw a Baroque gate just past Lindt chocolate and a piece of inside ran. Maybe found the Church that fun because at that time began his clocks. I was terrified of it. Thereby I saw that it was a church but ojee you will only live because it is a rotten herrie in that small space. The 1st market Church came in 958 and this was replaced ca 1300. The present Church is building ca 1500. It is worthwhile here to walk
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  • The Sankt Gangolf - Church of Trier is not exactly the most splendid church of the city. But if you want to forget the stress of everyday life, this is precisely the right place. Your Leckermäulchen
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  • It took us a while to find the entrance of this church as we were trying to find it by the bell tower but the search was worth it ! it is not big but the decoration inside is quite nice ! Access is fr...  more »
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  • I was particularly drawn to the church's Gothic features and color scheme rivaling that of an apricot. As if to beckon me welcome, a magnolia was blossoming in the chilly spring weather, its petals scattering across the wind with each breeze. it was truly magical. I appreciated visiting the Church of St Gangolf was its relatively lack of visitors. It was not a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and with it partially blocked by surrounding buildings despite its tower sticking out, made it not very obvious as a visitor's spot. I was fortunate that I was lured in by the baroque portal that led me to it, otherwise I would be as ignorant as the next traveler. Definitely a place which I recommend highly to those who prefer something slightly off the beaten path.
  • It's worth a moment to rest and work on the beautiful atmosphere.
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  • A very beautiful church. The entrance is somewhat hidden but it pays to keep an eye out for the entrance.
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  • A beautiful church, which has a special place in my family. Who comes to Trier and looks at the Cathedral in nearby, should overlook the St. Gangolf Church never!
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Where to stay in Trier

Trier offers a small selection of places to stay within the city. A youth hostel and a camper parking equipped with showers and toilet but no power caters to the budget travelers visiting the city. For more comfort, look for hotels in the Olewig area or Porta Nigra. Several four-star hotels provide even more luxury at relatively affortable price.
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