Photographs of Trier (Trèves), Germany's oldest city (2,000+ years).

Tuesday, February 07, 2006

St. Antonius


Here it is again, the Church of St. Antonius, near the Viehmarkt. Other than that it's a catholic church and was built in the 14th century, I couldn't find much information about it, but in a town with as many churches as Trier, not every single one can have the robe of Jesus on display (like the cathedral, but more about that in the future)!

Update: Turns out I just wasn't looking hard enough for interesting facts on St. Antonius. Em has written about the history of the church in the comments. Thanks, Em!

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