Moselle Barge & Bike
A relaxing cycle along the Saar and Moselle Rivers
To see some dazzling ecclesiastical equipment and peer into early Christian history, head to the Domschatz .
This is one of Germany's earliest Gothic churches. The cruciform structure is supported by a dozen pillars symbolising the 12 Apostles...
One of Germany’s earliest Gothic churches. The cruciform structure is supported by a dozen pillars symbolising the 12 Apostles and,...
A German-style bistro where you can either dine like an ancient Roman or feast on more conventional German and international fare. Roman...
Built above the palace of Constantine the Great’s mother, Helena, this fortress-like cathedral is mostly Romanesque, with some soaring Gothic and eye-popping baroque embellishments.
To see some dazzling ecclesiastical equipment and peer into early Christian history, head upstairs to the Domschatz or go around the corner to the Bischöfliches Dom-und Diözesanmuseum The prized exhibit here is a 4th-century Roman ceiling from Helena’s palace, in vivid colours, that was pieced together from countless fragments.
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