Notes on the Geography of Germany: Trier: Photo 13
The archbishops of Trier controlled the basilica, and about 1600 one of them began building an adjoining palace. This is its south wing, designed about 1760 by Johannes Seiz, a student of Balthasar Neumann, designer of the world's happiest buildings. In a pagan echo, the central projection includes figures of Pomona, the fruit goddess, and Ceres, goddess of grain.
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