Saint Gangolf's Church, Trier

#8 of 69 in Historic Sites in Trier
Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
St. Gangolf's Church is a Roman Catholic church in Trier, Germany. It is dedicated to St. Gangulphus. After Trier Cathedral, it is the second oldest church building in the city.
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  • We ended there by mistake but it was a nice visit taking into account that it is for free. I wouldn't say it is the main thing to visit but if you are in Trier it is worth to take a look.  more »
  • Again it is free to enter, which is worth doing off the main square area. The inside is cool and peaceful, very pleasant on a warm day.  more »
  • Beautifull Building. The garden is quiet and cosy. A perfect place to photograph.
  • Its a very holy place but Mass is always conducted in German language. I wish they could use English sometimes. Apart from this its a very holy place for worship.
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