"Romans we all are." Even after 2000 years - if heredity is right - some Roman blood should still flow through our veins. Testimonies of Roman culture can still be seen today on the Moselle. The Moselle was settlement area of the Romans. They brought their culture with them and left many vivid traces in architecture, cooking and culture. A prime example of this is of course Trier, not only Germany's oldest city, but also the seat of the (West)-Roman Empire. All Roman sights such as Roman winepresses or buildings such as castles once lay along Roman roads, a dense network of solidly built traffic routes.