Liebfrauen in Trier, translated as the Church of Our Lady, is a medieval cross-shaped church built upon the southern ruins of a vast Roman church built in 326 AD by Constantine the Great. It is near Trier Cathedral, which was also built over these remains.
Completed in approximately 1260, Liebfrauen is now a pretty gothic style church and part of Trier’s UNESCO World Heritage site list.
Trier Cathedral is a mostly medieval, UNESCO-listed church with a history dating back to Roman times.
St Matthias Abbey houses the grave of its namesake, the apostle, St Mathias.
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