About Weiden Roman Burial Chamber
The Weiden Roman Burial Chamber (Römische Grabkammer in Weiden) is a second century tomb found on the outskirts of modern day Cologne.
As was typical at the time, the Roman Burial Chamber in Weiden was built on the way out of the city, then known as Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium.
Elaborate and containing a series of sculptures, the Weiden Roman Burial Chamber is open to the public.
The Romano-Germanic Museum is a museum of Ancient Roman history in Cologne.
Cologne Cathedral is an iconic gothic church built over the course of six hundred years and is a World Heritage site.
The Basilica of Constantine in Trier was the Roman Emperor’s audience hall and the biggest surviving single room from Ancient Rome.
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