Trier

Type: City

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Image author: ©Berthold Werner

The city, which was called Augusta Treverorum in Roman times (Latin for “City of Augustus in the Land of the Treveri”), is called the oldest city in Germany with a foundation around 18 BC. At that time the city still belonged to the province Gallia Belgica (Belgium today). Today it is the fourth largest city in Rhineland-Palatinate and can adorn itself with numerous architectural monuments that are part of the UNESCO World Heritage. These include: Amphitheater, Barbarathermen, Kaiserthermen, Konstantinbasilika, Porta Nigra and Römerbrücke.