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Trier: The Rome of the North
Europe Travel, Germany, History & Archaeology

Trier: The Rome of the North

After so many years of travel, it is difficult to choose one single place as a favorite, but there is one place stands out in my mind more than the others. Trier, Germany’s oldest city, and nicknamed, “the Rome of the North,” calls me back again and again. Every visit to […]

Trier, Roman and Rococo
Germany, Photo Highlight

Trier, Roman and Rococo

In one photograph I managed to capture more than 1300 years of history. Trier, one of the oldest cities in Germany (16 BCE) lies on the Moselle River near Luxembourg, and is sometimes called “The Rome of the North.” Trier earned this title because it has multiple surviving Roman monuments, including Constantine’s basilica. […]