stories and photos of a simple Filipina who found her second home, Wolfenbüttel, DE

Tuesday, February 23, 2010


Trier - the oldest city in Germany, founded in 16 BC and is along the banks of Die Mosel ( River Moselle) that was May 2006 when we went there after visiting some places like Andernach, Koblenz, Nittel and other places around.

In the photos are the ancient Amphitheater, The Public baths ( Thermae) built by Constantine The great , the Cathedral of Trier ( one of the World's heritage sites ) and Porta Nigra, all built by the Roman Empire 2000 years ago.

if you want to know more about Trier please visit wikipedia.


  1. I like these historical places.

    I may have the chance to talk to the "ancient owner".

  2. Love all the shots girlash..grabe sobrang ganda ng mga the mono shot, perfect syang subject.

  3. Oh these are lovely. I love historical places... I used to teach history in High School. Hope I could visit them sometime. Take care girl.

  4. hi maricar!
    everytime i visit you blog, it's like i'm there on tour with you! ^0^
    you've certainly shown us so many places, places i;ve never been before and don;t think i would have the chance to!
    like this place for instance, it's such a historical site indeed.
    every shot is breathtaking! ^-^

  5. what a great city u have chosen to show...i studied in saarbrücken and love trier!
    have a good new week!

  6. Nice photos. I see you have been down near my part of Germany! One day I will have to put up a photo of the Porta Nigra