Alsace-Lorraine Sights

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Place de la République

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The spacious layout and ponderous architecture of this monumental cirque (circle) have nothing in common with the Vieille Ville except...

Ponts Couverts

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These three bridges, distinguished by their four stone towers, were once covered with wooden shelters. Part of the 14th-century ramparts...

Porte de la Craffe

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A fairy-tale vision out of the late Middle Ages, this 14th- and 15th-century gate is all that remains of Nancy's medieval fortifications.

Puits à Six-Seaux

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An elaborate Renaissance well near the belfry, the Puits à Six-Seaux was constructed in 1579; its name recalls the six buckets suspended...

Rue Raugraff

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Once there were two stores here—Vaxelaire and Pignot, both built in 1901. The facade is the last vestige of the work of Émile André...


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A 275-foot spire towers over this splendid neo-Gothic church, completed in 1451 and rebuilt in the 1860s. Most of the 2,800 square yards...


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The church of St-Foy dates from between 1155 and 1190; its Romanesque facade remains largely intact (the spires were added in the 19th...


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The twin spires of this parish church compete with the belfry for skyline preeminence. Like the rest of the sanctuary, they date to the...

Villa Majorelle

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In this villa, built in 1902 by Paris architect Henri Sauvage for Art Nouveau furniture designer Louis Majorelle, sinuous metal supports...

Église des Dominicains

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The Flemish-influenced Madonna of the Rosebush (1473), noted German artist Martin Schongauer's most celebrated painting, hangs in the...


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