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  • Tags: Trier, Germany

LCC000591.pdf
A postcard depicting the exterior of the Imperial Baths in Trier, Germany. Built over 1600 years ago by the Ancient Romans, the Imperial Baths are some of the largest in the world, with the hot water bath large enough to house theatre performances…

LCC000592.pdf
A postcard depicting the Roman Bridge in Trier, Germany, which is the oldest bridge in Germany. The pilings date from 144-152, and were built with stone blocks held together with iron clamps.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by…

LCC000598.pdf
A postcard depicting the Roman amphitheater in Trier, Germany. Built in the second century for gladiator games, the amphitheatre seats about 20,000 people. It is still used today for the Antiquity Festival and open-air concerts.This postcard is part…

LCC000617.pdf
A postcard depicting St. Paulinus' Church, a Baroque church in Trier, Germany. It was constructed in 1753 and is the third structure to be built on that site. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher…

LCC000620.pdf
A postcard depicting four illustrations of sights in Trier, Germany. The first is a view of the city, which is a border city between Germany and France and was founded in 17 B.C.E. The second is a view of the Main Market, or Hauptmarkt. The third is…

LCC000622.pdf
A postcard depicting the center of medieval Trier, Germany, the Hauptmarkt. Known as Main Market in English, Hauptmarkt was established at the current site in 958, when it was moved from a previous location across the river following Viking…

LCC000623.pdf
A postcard depicting the Porta Nigra, or Black Gate, a Roman public building of huge stone blocks erected around 180. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in Sanford, Florida, for 30 years. In…