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  • 1. Barrage Vauban

    Notable Building

    Just beyond the Ponts Couverts is the grass-roofed Vauban Dam, built by its namesake in 1682. Climb to the top for wide-angle views of the Ponts...Read More

  • 2. Kapelturm Beffroi

    Notable Building

    Place du Marché, in the heart of town, is dominated by the 13th-century Kapelturm Beffroi. The stout, square structure is topped by a pointed...Read More

  • 3. No. 2 rue Bénit

    Quartier Art-Nouveau | Notable Building

    This elaborately worked metal exoskeleton, the first in Nancy (1901), exudes functional beauty. The floral decoration is reminiscent of the...Read More

  • 4. No. 40 rue Henri-Poincaré

    Quartier Art-Nouveau | Notable Building

    The Lorraine thistle (a civic emblem) and brewing hops weave through this undulating exterior, designed by architects Émile Toussaint and Louis...Read More

  • 5. No. 9 rue Chanzy

    Quartier Art-Nouveau | Notable Building

    Designed by architect Émile André, this lovely structure—now a bank—can be visited during business hours. You can still see the cabinetry of...Read More

  • 6. Nos. 42–44 rue St-Dizier

    Quartier Art-Nouveau | Notable Building

    Furniture maker Eugène Vallin and architect Georges Biet left their mark on this graceful 1903 bank. ...Read More

  • 7. Puits à Six-Seaux

    Notable Building

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

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