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The basilica has an amazing history and is in very good condition in spite of its age. That said, the interior space is virtually devoid of anything to see - no history displays/information of the building, the city or the Roman era. Entry is free.
This is a lovely small building with a fascinating history. It dates back to historic Roman times and you can still see some of the Roman architecture in the walls. It's also famous as the spot where Gregorian chants developed. However it is a rather...More
This site is on the Michelin walking tour of Metz. The guide book states that the site is open daily except Mondays from 2 to 6. We arrived before the opening time on a Sunday and walked the exterior and the grounds for about 10...More
We saw it as part of the self guided walking tour we did of the city. Amazing to think of how old the building actually is weather it is or is not the oldest in France. I wish it was open more often than twice...More
If you're coming from the arsenal/citadel, you might miss this nugget whose foundations date back to the fourth century. While the inside might be interesting if you catch it open, the true magic is in its surroundings, going down the hill to the mother's monument...More
We desperately wanted to visit this church but it was closed and no signage to indicate opening hours. Best check with tourist information beforehand. Lovely to look at from the outside too however and in a nice location by the river. Info boards outside tell...More