The very last picture shows a view back to Speyer over the the Rhine. From the east the Cathedral is dominating, since it is closest and on a little hill.
The name Speyer is derived from the latin word spira, which in English became spire. Speyer used to have many spires, as for example documented on the famous engraving by Merian.
Left of the Cathedral you can see the neogothic Memorial Church with the big and the small spire, on the very left there are the two cuppolas of the Historical Museum. Right of the Cathedral are the twin towers of St. Joseph, then the St. George belltower, and the Altpoertel; and if you look closely inbetween St. Joseph and belltower the golden top of the Church of the Holy Trinity is visible.
This gallery is ending here with this picture. It does in no means claim to be covering everything that is worth seeing in Speyer, and it definitely is not meant to replace your own visit here. So "macht euch auf nach Speyer!" ("make yourselves up to Speyer!"), to quote the legendary German poet Goethe in his play "Goetz von Berlechingen".