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This building is incredible, it dwarfs the small town of Metz and is a visible display of the wealth of the Catholic Church. We couldn’t help wondering at the cost to the ‘ordinary people’ in it’s 500 year history.
Stunning stain glass windows and catholic...More
This is a landmark and beautiful cathedral with history in Metz. It is definitely worth to check it out and its surroundings. The cathedral is even more special and amazing during the Metz Constellations event that happen from July-September.
Every time I visit Metz the Cathedral is part of monuments to visit because it deserves to be admired.
The interior needs to be restored, Many seeling areas do show infiltrations.
The Cathedralgroundbreaking was in 1220 and completed in 1550.
Has currently 468 years.
They call it "God's Lantern" because of the magnificent stained glass; it is breath-taking. Don't miss the window by Marc Chagall. Linger to worship or just admire the skill that went into building it. Be prepared for the reality that didn't dawn upon me until...More
We stopped off at Metz during our road trip across Europe - only spent a few hours but wow what a beautiful city. If in the area you must see the cathedral ... absolutely breathtaking! So peaceful and I was in awe of how beautiful...More
It’s not just the cathedral, it’s the area around it as well. Metz is a lovely town and the cathedral is amazing. It’s easy to believe it’s one of the tallest in the country, and the glass is beautiful. Make it a must see.
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Oh boy oh boy. Sainte Chapelle wins hands down over any church anywhere. Make sure she knows a little of its history, it makes it even better. And the Conciergerie it worth a run through too since you would’ve right there... More
Oh boy oh boy. Sainte Chapelle wins hands down over any church anywhere. Make sure she knows a little of its history, it makes it even better. And the Conciergerie it worth a run through too since you would’ve right there. But I am puzzled by “limited itinerary” as Metz and Paris are far apart.