This French city along the Moselle has its own Centre Pompidou since 2010. In this art centre with modern and contemporary art you can visit (temporary) exhibitions, live performances, film screenings and lectures. Another special attraction of the city is located in the middle of the Moselle waterway: the small island of L'île du Petit Saulcy. Here you will find, among other things, a theatre and a church.
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The small Luxembourg town of Schengen is located at the border triangle of Luxembourg, France and Germany. If you cross the Moselle Bridge from Schengen, you are in Germany. Like many other places on the Moselle, Schengen is known for its many vineyards. In this case the one at the Markusberg. In Schengen you will also find Schengen Castle. The Gothic tower has been a protected heritage site since 1986. Furthermore, Schengen is of course known for the political treaties of the same name, which allow the free movement of persons and goods between 26 European countries. You can learn more about this in the Europe Museum (free).
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About 2,000 years ago, Trier received the honourable nickname "the second Rome", from the Romans themselves, that is. The oldest city in Germany is still known for the impressive Roman monuments located here. From the Basilica of Constantine and the Amphitheatre to the Porta Nigra and the Barbara Thermae, a visit to Trier will not disappoint you.
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