Sankt Georgsbrunnen - From Kornmarkt, Germany

Sankt Georgsbrunnen - From Kornmarkt, Germany
Sankt Georgsbrunnen - From Kornmarkt, Germany
Sankt Georgsbrunnen and Kornmarkt are two attractions located in Trier, Germany. Sankt Georgsbrunnen is situated at the main Market Square, Kornmarkt, and is a stunning Baroque fountain created in 1718. The fountain pays tribute to the region's patron saint, Saint George. Kornmarkt, or Grain Market, is one of Trier’s most picturesque squares and respected tourist attractions. It is a magnificent area surrounded by colorful townhouses with gables and most notably, the 13th century late Gothic St. Gangolf church. On one side of the market are several sculptures, including a 1796 statue of the Virgin Mary. Kornmarkt and Sankt Georgsbrunnen are some of Trier’s most beloved attractions and each serves as a beautiful backdrop for photographs. Whether it’s a photo of the fountain or magnificent scenery of the Grain Market, you will be sure to capture a memorable photo during your visit!