Konstantin Basilika

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Konstantin Basilika information

Trier , Germany
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10am-6pm Apr-Oct, 10am or 11am-noon and 2 or 3pm-4pm Tue-Sat, noon-1pm Sun Nov-Mar
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Constructed around AD 310 as Constantine’s throne hall, the brick-built Konstantin Basilika (Aula Palatina) is now a typically austere Protestant church. Its dimensions (67m long and 36m high) are truly mind-blowing considering that it was built by the Romans. A new organ, with 87 registers and 6500 pipes, is being installed and should be ready in 2014.