Spotlight on a Roman City

Originally known as Augusta Treverorum, Trier is Germany’s oldest city and famous for its rich Roman history and well preserved buildings.

Until 26th January 2019, the Landesmuseum is hosting a special exhibition of Roman items from the city. Many of the exhibits were excavated by the museum’s own team of archaeologists and never been on public display previously.

The exhibition gives the modern day visitor a flavour of what life was like at all social levels in Trier in ancient times and to see the stunning creativity and craftsmanship the Romans brought to the region.

Access to this special exhibition is included in the normal museum admission price, details of which can be found on their website

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