For those visitors coming to Trier who are looking for a glimpse into ancient history, there are many attractions worthy of their attention. Chief among them is the Roman Ampitheater. Trier is well known for its many remnants of the Roman era of Germany’s history, and this is certainly one of the most magnificent, as well as the oldest.
Dating back to the 1st century, the Roman Ampitheater of Trier is the kind of attraction that really brings history to life. Though much of it is in ruins now, enough of the evocative architecture remains to give one a sense of how it might have felt to sit here and watch examples of Roman gladiatorial combat and wild animal fights. It was certainly a staple of city life in its day and should be seen by any fan of history. Also noteworthy is that this area served as the lest defense for retreating citizens of Trier when Germanic tribes invaded the area in the 5th century.
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