Romerbrucke is an ancient Roman bridge which crosses the Mosel River in Trier in Germany.
Built between 144 and 152 AD, much of the original structure of Romerbrucke still survives, although some of it – notably the road and its arches – date back to the eighteenth century.
Still an active bridge, Romerbrucke is said to be the oldest bridge in Germany and is a UNESCO World Heritage historic site.
Trier Roman Amphitheatre is a well preserved UNESCO site in use as early as the first century.
The Barbara Baths were a second century baths complex of Roman Trier. UNESCO listed.
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