The Rhineland

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  • 1. Dom

    Aachen's stunning cathedral, the "chapelle" of the town's earlier name of Aix-la-Chapelle, remains the single greatest storehouse of Carolingian architecture in Europe, and it was...Read More

  • 2. Kölner Dom

    Altstadt

    Cologne's landmark embodies one of the purest expressions of the Gothic spirit in Europe. The cathedral, meant to be a tangible expression of God's kingdom...Read More

  • 3. Basilika St. Martin

    First mentioned in 793, Basilika St. Martin was built on the site of a Roman temple. It's been destroyed and rebuilt a number of times...Read More

  • 4. Bonner Münster

    The 900-year-old church is vintage late Romanesque, with a massive octagonal main tower and a soaring spire. It stands on a site where two Roman...Read More

  • 5. Karmeliterkirche

    Two baroque altars dominate the interior of the Gothic Karmeliterkirche on Karmeliterstrasse, near the Rhine. It houses intricately carved choir stalls and tombstones and several...Read More

  • 6. Konstantin Basilika

    An impressive reminder of Trier's Roman past, this edifice, now the city's major Protestant church, was built by the emperor Constantine around AD 310 as...Read More

  • 7. Liebfrauenkirche

    This church stands on Roman foundations at the Old Town's highest point, where, on surrounding streets, war damage is evidenced by the blend of old...Read More

  • 8. Liebfrauenkirche

    Popularly known as the "red church" because of its brightly colored exterior, Liebfrauenkirche has superb sculptures, tombstones, and paintings, and one of Germany's oldest high...Read More

  • 9. Martinskirche

    The church is a remarkable amalgamation of art and architectural styles, both inside and out. Take a moment to admire the 117 carved bosses in...Read More

  • 10. Pfarrkirche St. Martin

    A fortresslike tower on a hill, the Roman Catholic 'white church' of St. Martin has beautifully painted vaulting and a magnificent baroque altar....Read More

  • 11. Rochuskapelle

    The forested plateau of the Rochusberg (St. Roch Hill) is the pretty setting of the Rochuskapelle. Originally built in 1666 to celebrate the end of...Read More

  • 12. Severuskirche

    Excavations in the 1960s revealed ancient Roman baths beneath the twin-tower, Romanesque Severuskirche on the market square. The large triumphal crucifix over the main altar...Read More

  • 13. St. Kastor Basilika

    It was in this sturdy Romanesque basilica, consecrated in 836, that plans were drawn for the Treaty of Verdun a few years later, formalizing the...Read More

  • 14. St. Lambertus

    This Gothic church is near the palace tower on Carlsplatz. Its spire became distorted because unseasoned wood was used in its construction. The Vatican elevated...Read More

  • 15. St. Peters Kirche

    The massive tower in the center of town belongs to the parish church of St. Peter. A good example of the transition from Romanesque to...Read More

  • 16. Stiftskirche

    This 15th-century collegiate church was built atop the tomb of St. Goar, despite the fact that the tomb itself (an ancient pilgrimage site) was discovered...Read More

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