Germany - Roman Monuments, Cathedral of St Peter and Church of Our Lady in Trier

"Trier, which stands on the Moselle River, was a Roman colony from the 1st century AD and then a great trading centre beginning in the next century. It became one of the capitals of the Tetrarchy at the end of the 3rd century, when it was known as the ‘second Rome’. The number and quality of the surviving monuments are an outstanding testimony to Roman civilization." Source: UNESCO World Heritage

Postcard 1
I visited Porta Nigra, Trier and sent this postcard to myself in May 2015.



Postcard 2
Multi-view of Trier. Thanks to Volka of Germany.


Postcard 3
A multiview of different Roman sites of Trier. Thanks to YL who visited Trier.






Postcard 4
Porta Nigra of Trier. Nice stamps used. Postmarked in Germany on August 1, 2010 and arrived in Penang on August 10, 2010. Thanks to Michael of Luxembourg.





Postcard 5
Night view of Porta Nigra, the colossal Black Gate is one of the most landmark of Roman Trier. At 30m high, with double arched gate, it is one of best preserved ancient Roman city gate built in th 2nd century AD. Beautiful UNESCO World Heritage stamps used. Thanks to Michael of Luxembourg.





Postcard 6 - Igel Column, Igel
The famous Igel Column of Igel is one of the many Roman monuments near Trier. Nice German stamps used. Thanks to Michael of Luxembourg.





Postcards 7A, 7B
I received two copies of this cool postcard of Roman Imperial Bath of the 4th century AD. It is one of the fifth largest in the Roman Empire. Located in Trier - Kaiserthermen. The first postcard is from Amarilis of Germany.




The second postcard is from Ruth of USA.



Postcard 8


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