Germany's Oldest Town: Trier


On the one hour flight to visit Trier!
Porta Negra, a massive Roman gate from 170 A.D.— how is it still standing?!
Aula Palatina: this basilica was once used as a courthouse for the Romans
The beautiful view from my host family's home in a small nearby village named Fell ("fur" in German)
The spot where I taught my host family how to play the basketball game "HORSE"— do you all play that?
St. Peter Cathedral, the oldest church in Germany
Intricate designs on the ceiling of the Cathedral of Trier (also St. Peter)
If you look to the center left, the priest's stand requires a microphone because the structure is so huge