The 2,020-year-old town of Trier is believed to be the oldest city in Germany and is known for its famous and extraordinarily maintained Roman architecture and medieval buildings.
In this audio journey, The Roman City of Trier, Patricia L. Lawrence travels to this prehistoric town and talks with an informed local guide who enlighteningly explains the many wonders found in this incredible ancient city. As the listener hears the city’s church bells, town square chimes, and traditional hustle and bustle, it’s almost as if we’re there.
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