The Heidentor (Heathens’ Gate) was originally a triumphal monument which was erected under Emperor Constantius II in the 2nd half of the 4th century AD outside the city. Exit the car park on the left and follow the road as far as you can. Turn right, go under the bridge and the Heidentor can be seen after about 500 metres (parking space for coaches too on site). The Heidentor can be viewed free of charge.

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