The original St. Gangolf's Church was built in 958 AD, but replaced with a current one between 1284-1344. The Gothic parts were added around 1500 and Baroque elements between 1731-1746.References:
Trier Cathedral (0,2 km)
Roman Bridge (1,2 km)
Porta Nigra (0,4 km)
Trier Imperial Baths (0,7 km)
Trier Amphitheater (1,1 km)
Liebfrauenkirche (0,2 km)
Rheinisches Landesmuseum (0,6 km)
Barbara Baths (1 km)
Basilica of Constantine (0,4 km)
Born Castle (9,2 km)
Roman Villa Borg (31,7 km)
St. Laurent Church (16,7 km)
Vianden Castle (37,2 km)
Beaufort Castle (26,9 km)
Thorn Castle (29,3 km)
Bettendorf Castle (32,8 km)
Schengen Castle (37,4 km)
Luxembourg American Cemetery (36,5 km)
House of Terror museum contains exhibitions related to the fascist and communist dictatorial regimes in 20th-century Hungary and is also a memorial to the victims of these regimes, including those detained, interrogated, tortured or killed in the building. The museum opened in 2002.
With regard to communism and fascism, the exhibition contains material on the nation"s relationships to Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union. It also contains exhibits related to Hungarian organisations such as the fascist Arrow Cross Party and the communist ÁVH (which was similar to the Soviet Union KGB secret police). Part of the exhibition takes visitors to the basement, where they can see examples of the cells that the ÁVH used to break the will of their prisoners.
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