21 Sights in Metz, France (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Metz, France. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 21 sights are available in Metz, France.

List of cities in France Sightseeing Tours in Metz

1. Cathédrale Saint-Étienne

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Metz Cathedral, otherwise the Cathedral of Saint Stephen, Metz, is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Metz, capital of Lorraine, France. It is dedicated to Saint Stephen. First begun in the early 14th century, it was joined together with the collegiate church of Notre-Dame in the mid-14th century, and given a new transept and late Gothic chevet, finished between 1486 and 1520. It is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Metz as the seat of the bishops of Metz. The cathedral treasury displays the collection, assembled over 1,000 years, of the bishopric of Metz, including paraments and items used for the Eucharist.

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2. Centre Pompidou-Metz

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The Centre Pompidou-Metz is a museum of modern and contemporary art located in Metz, capital of Lorraine, France. It is a branch of Pompidou arts centre of Paris, and features semi-permanent and temporary exhibitions from the large collection of the French National Museum of Modern Art, the largest European collection of 20th and 21st century arts. The museum is the largest temporary exhibition space outside Paris in France with 5,000 m2 (54,000 sq ft) divided between 3 galleries, a theatre, and an auditorium.

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3. Musée de la Cour d'Or

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Mus é e de la Cour d'or is an art and history museum in the heart of Lorraine Mez, France. Built in 1839, it was named the Golden Palace Museum in 1988 to commemorate the palace of the Australian king, and the museum occupies the presumed historic site. The museum is currently managed by the city of Metz. The institution includes an archaeological museum with a rich collection of Gaul-Roman and medieval art, a museum of medieval and Renaissance architecture, and an art museum.

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4. Porte Serpenoise

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The Serpen Porte is a town door located at the corner of Robert Schuman avenue and rue du Général Gaston-Dupuis in the Metz-Centre district. It remains the symbolic witness associated with several historical events of the city of Metz, of which it marked the southern limit of the 3rd century during the construction of the Roman rampart, until the beginning of the 20th century at the time of the destruction of the enclosure .

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5. Église Sainte-Thérèse-de-l'Enfant-Jésus

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Église Sainte-Thérèse-de-l'Enfant-Jésus Fab5669 / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Church of Saint-Trace-de-L 'Enfant-J é sus is a Catholic place of worship in the Piazza Philippe de Vignoles in the new town of Mez, France. It stands on the former site of the Monastery of St. Anoulde. It was designed by architect Roger-Henri Expert in collaboration with architect Messin Th é ophile Dedun. These stained glass windows were created by Nicholas Wintertler based on a unique personal technique.

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6. Palais du Gouverneur

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Governor's Palace, formerly known as General-Kommando, was a residence built in Mace between 1902 and 1905 as the stronghold of Emperor William II. It is located in Giraud Square in the southwest of Metz-Centre District, but it is still connected with Imperial District further east in history. Since 1975, it has been included in the supplementary list of historical sites.

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7. Tour Bismarck

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The sole surviving Bismarck tower in France can be found in the commune of Le Ban-Saint-Martin near Metz. The tower was erected in 1902 when the area was part of Alsace-Lorraine, a Reichsland of the German Empire. Though accessible to modern-day visitors, the Bismarck Tower of Metz is currently in a semi-ruined state, damaged by vandals and weathering.

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8. Église Sainte-Ségolène

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The Sainte-Ségolène church is a Catholic worship building, located at Place Jeanne-d'Arc on the Sainte-Croix hill, in the ancient city district of Metz. The building has been the subject of a partial classification and a registration under the Historic Monuments since September 29, 1981. It has been classified in full since April 4, 2013.

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9. Chapelle Saint-Charles-Borromée

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The Saint-Charles-Borromée chapel, better known as the Grand Séminaire chapel, is a Catholic chapel included in the entire great Saint-Augustin-Schoeffler seminar in Metz. Built in 1907, during the German annexation, it is the only building in the city of Metz to have a dome and a dome.

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10. Église Sainte-Glossinde

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St Grosinde Abbey is an ancient Benedictine monastery church built around 604 by the Champagne of Grosinde (580-610) in the city of Metz, then the capital of the Kingdom of Australia. The monastery, which survives centuries of renovation, has been the site of the Metz Diocese since 1802.

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11. Église Saint-Clément

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The Saint-Clément church is the former Benedictine abbey of the Saint-Clément de Metz abbey, in the Pontiffroy district. This halle church dedicated to Saint Clément, the first bishop of the city in the third century, presents a rare synthesis of baroque and Gothic styles.

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12. Église Saint-Simon-et-Saint-Jude

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St. Simon and St. Judas Church is a Roman Catholic church located in Metz Island District. Built in 1735, this neoclassical-style church is sponsored by two saints: the apostles Simon and Judas, who are always quoted together and serve on the same day: October 28.

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13. Jardin Botanique

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The Jardin botanique de Metz, also known as the Jardin botanique de la Ville de Metz, is a 4.4-hectare (11-acre) botanical garden located at 27 ter, rue du Pont-à-Mousson, Montigny-lès-Metz, Moselle, Grand Est, France. It is open daily; admission is free.

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14. Hôtel de Gournay-Burtaigne

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Hotel Burtaigne, a noble residence in Mace dating back to the Renaissance, was built in the last years of the Republic of Messina and was built by Les Gournay, a member of the Paraiges family. It has been listed as a historical site since 2006.

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15. Hôtel de Heu

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The Hotel de Heu is a mansion in the city of Metz. Located at 19 rue de la Fontaine, it was built at the end of the 15th century by and for the house of Heu, patrician family, part of the parages. It is classified as a historic monument.

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16. Hôtel de Malte

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The Hôtel de Malta is a medieval residence, located rue des Murs, on the hill Sainte-Croix, in Metz, property of the Order of Saint-Jean de Jerusalem from 1565 to the Revolution, just like the Saint-Genest neighboring chapel .

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17. Basilique Saint-Vincent

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The Saint-Vincent basilica is a building built in Metz from 1248 by Father Warin for Catholic worship. It was devoted in 1376 by Bishop Thierry de Boppard. Classified as a historic monument in 1930, it was desecrated in 2012.

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18. Temple neuf

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Temple neuf Marc Ryckaert (MJJR) / CC BY 3.0

The Neo-Temple, or Neo-Protestant Temple, was a reformed worship building built in Metz during William's time from 1901 to 1905. Today, the diocese is a member of the Union of Protestant Churches in Alsace and Lorraine.

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19. Église Saint-Martin

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St. Martin's Church is one of the oldest Catholic churches and dioceses in Mace. It is located in the Metz-Centre area, 25 rue des Huiliers. The patron saint is Bishop Martin of Tours. Its bells ring from 8 am to 8 pm.

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20. Cloître des Récollets

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The Récollets cloister is a former medieval convent in the district of the ancient town of Metz in Moselle. The current buildings welcome the European Ecology Institute of Jean-Marie Pelt and the municipal archives.

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21. Chapelle Saint-Genest

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The old Saint-Genest chapel, disused, was a Catholic worship building located on the slopes of the Sainte-Croix hill in the rear to provide it in Metz. She was dedicated to the actor Saint Genest martyred in Rome.

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Disclaimer Please be aware of your surroundings and do not enter private property. We are not liable for any damages that occur during the tours.

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