Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Trier, Germany April 2011

In April of 2011 we decided to take a USO guided tour to Trier. Although it seemed to be over priced, we learned how to use the train system and also got a little information regarding the history of Trier itself. Unfortunately, since I am so far behind on my blogging, I can't remember what half the stuff I took a picture of is. :( Oh well. Here is what I have and the pictures I took are from my phone so I apologize if the quality is kind of crudy.

I don't remember the name of this church but I do remember that it  contains what they think is the holy garment of Jesus, also known as Jesus' robe. Next summer I believe, they will have a ceremony or a certain day that people will be allowed to see the robe. As of now it sits in a chest in the church. You can look at the chest during open hours but not the actual robe itself.

The Imperial Baths

Interesting restroom in the middle of the sidewalk. Every bathroom had to be paid for. That was a pain.

Plastic eggs that Maddie dyed at the Trier market.

The Entrance to the Puerta Negra 


Stairs to the floors in the Puerta Negra

Puerta Negra from outside.

more photos of the church

On the train!

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