Liebfrauenkirche & Dom

The Liebfrauenkirche of Trier is one of the oldest Gothic-style churches in Germany (together with the Elisabethkirche of Marburg). Therefore it is enlisted in the list of UNESCO world heritage sites and very well worth a visit! What might be confusing at first sight is that the cathedral of Trier and the Liebfrauenkirche (two separate churches) are directly connected to each other.

The current church dates back to the year 1243 and was built by French architects which helped to preserve the church during French occupation in the 19th century. Enjoy the details of this beautiful church and especially the magnificent statues on the portal facade.


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