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Ranked #1 of 27 attractions in Metz
Category: Architectural Buildings; Historic Sites; Religious Sites
Owner description: One of the tallest cathedrals in France, the 12th-century building is also known for its extensive use of stained-glass... more » Owner description: One of the tallest cathedrals in France, the 12th-century building is also known for its extensive use of stained-glass windows. « less
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Ranked #2 of 27 attractions in Metz
Category: Museums
Collection of museums that reflect the wealth of art and history through the ages.
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Ranked #3 of 27 attractions in Metz
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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Ranked #4 of 27 attractions in Metz
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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Ranked #6 of 27 attractions in Metz
Category: Religious Sites; Historic Sites
France's oldest church with sections dating back to the 4th century.
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Ranked #7 of 27 attractions in Metz
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Ranked #8 of 27 attractions in Metz
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Main city square that is characterized by medieval storefronts around its perimeter.
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Ranked #9 of 27 attractions in Metz
Category: Scenic/ Historic Walking Areas
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Ranked #10 of 27 attractions in Metz
Category: Battlefields; Historic Sites
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Ranked #11 of 27 attractions in Metz
Category: Castles
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Ranked #12 of 27 attractions in Metz
Category: Historic Sites
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Ranked #13 of 27 attractions in Metz
Category: Parks
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Ranked #14 of 27 attractions in Metz
Category: Bodies of Water
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Ranked #15 of 27 attractions in Metz
Category: Museums
Brand-new museum of modern art opened on May 12, 2010
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Ranked #16 of 27 attractions in Metz
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Ranked #17 of 27 attractions in Metz
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Ranked #18 of 27 attractions in Metz
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: The Porte Serpenoise is a sort of triumphal arch which used to mark the South limit of the city of Metz from the 3rd until... more » Owner description: The Porte Serpenoise is a sort of triumphal arch which used to mark the South limit of the city of Metz from the 3rd until the early 20th centuries. During the Roman era, the gate was guarding the road to Scarpone (now Dieulouard, near Nancy). In the 19th century, the gate was incorporated into the rampart, as a tunnel dug into the counterscarp. When the German authorities decided to get rid of the walls, they kept the gate, which they redrafted into a triumphal arch. « less
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Bowl Factory (Longeville-les-Metz)
Ranked #19 of 27 attractions in Metz
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Ranked #20 of 27 attractions in Metz
Category: Arenas/ Stadiums/ Fields
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Ranked #21 of 27 attractions in Metz
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Ranked #22 of 27 attractions in Metz
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Ranked #23 of 27 attractions in Metz
  • Nice visit 06/26/2014
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Ranked #24 of 27 attractions in Metz
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Ranked #26 of 27 attractions in Metz
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Ranked #27 of 27 attractions in Metz
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: According to tradition, the Knights Templar who came to Metz in 1133 built the chapel between 1180 and 1220. The church was... more » Owner description: According to tradition, the Knights Templar who came to Metz in 1133 built the chapel between 1180 and 1220. The church was part of a larger Commandry destroyed at the same time the Order was abolished. It represents an architectural masterpiece in Lorraine as it is the only rotunda of that kind in the region. Its circular layout is typical of the Templar tradition, (as in the cathedral of Aachen) and it is believed that the chapel was modelled after that of Laon, Picardy, and built 40 years earlier. « less
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