19 Sights in Nancy, France (with Map and Images)

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Explore interesting sights in Nancy, France. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 19 sights are available in Nancy, France.

Sightseeing Tours in Nancy

1. Basilique du Sacré-Cœur

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The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Nancy is a Catholic Basilica of Roman-Byzantine style, inspired by the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Montmartre in Paris. It is mainly due to the talents of three men: Monsignor Turinaz, Canon Blaise and the Rougieux architect. It is located west of the city of Nancy, near its border with the town of Laxou, in the Poincaré - Foch - Anatole France - Croix de Burgundy district. She is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

Wikipedia: Basilique du Sacré-Cœur de Nancy (FR)

2. Chapelle de la Visitation

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Chapelle de la Visitation François BERNARDIN / CC BY 3.0

The Chapel of the Visitation, sometimes called the Round Chapel, is a chapel located in Nancy, France. The main vestige of the convent of the Visitandines with the adjoining wing, rue de la Visitation, it was built in the eighteenth century. Transformed into the Musée des Beaux-Arts during the Revolution, it was integrated under the First Empire into the walls of the Lycée Impérial de Nancy, which later became the Lycée Henri-Poincaré.

Wikipedia: Chapelle de la Visitation de Nancy (FR), Website Mhs

3. Musée Lorrain

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Musée Lorrain Aucun auteur / marque déposée

The Palace of the Dukes of Lorraine - Musée Lorraine, is the historical museum of the Lorraine region, one of the three great museums in the city of Nancy, with the Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of the Nancy School. With nearly 60,000 visitors per year, it aims to make the history of this territory, from Prehistory until the 19th century, and to revive the ducal past of this region, which became French in 1766.

Wikipedia: Musée lorrain (FR), Website

4. Bibliothèque Stanislas

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The Bibliothèque municipale de Nancy is a public library in Nancy, France. It houses approximately 400,000 documents, books, maps, plans and prints. Polish king Stanisław Leszczyński began the collection in 1750. The library is located in a 1769 building of the historical University of Nancy. At 43, rue Stanislas, it is close to the Place Stanislas and the Gare de Nancy-Ville.

Wikipedia: Bibliothèque municipale de Nancy (EN), Website

5. Hôtel de Lillebonne

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The Hôtel de Lillebonne is a private mansion in the city of Nancy. It is a sixteenth-century Renaissance building, located at number 14 rue du Cheval Blanc, at the corner with rue de la Source, in Ville-Vieille. Today, the hotel is part of a group of buildings that houses a youth and culture centre as well as a contemporary art space, the Galerie Lillebonne.

Wikipedia: Hôtel de Lillebonne (FR), Website

6. Villa Majorelle

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Villa Majorelle

Louis-Jean-Sylvestre Majorelle, usually known simply as Louis Majorelle, was a French decorator and furniture designer who manufactured his own designs, in the French tradition of the ébéniste. He was one of the outstanding designers of furniture in the Art Nouveau style, and after 1901 formally served as one of the vice-presidents of the École de Nancy.

Wikipedia: Louis Majorelle#The Villa Majorelle (EN)

7. Hôtel Excelsior

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Hôtel Excelsior Aucun auteur / marque déposée

The Excelsior brewery, colloquially referred to by the apocope "L'Excel", or "Le Flo" since its acquisition by the Flo group, is a French brasserie with Art Nouveau architecture located in Nancy (Meurthe-et-Moselle), at the corner formed by rue Henri-Poincaré and rue Mazagran, near Place Simone-Veil.

Wikipedia: Brasserie Excelsior (FR), Website

8. Synagogue

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Synagogue Olivier Lévy / CC BY 2.5

The Nancy synagogue is a synagogue located 17, boulevard Joffre in Nancy, where it was inaugurated in 1788. At 19, boulevard Joffre, is the community center, in a modern cubic building, which houses several Jewish associations, as UEJF, Israelite scouts & scouts of France, Wizo or B'Nai B'rith.

Wikipedia: Synagogue de Nancy (FR)

9. Hôtel de Rogéville

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The Hôtel de Rogéville is a private mansion in the Old Town of Nancy, located at 11 Grande-Rue, at the corner of Rue du Maure-qui-Trompe. It is a Renaissance-style building, modified in the classical period, which today houses a cultural structure: The Little Theatre, in the city...

Wikipedia: Hôtel de Rogéville (FR), Website

10. Caserne Thiry

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The Thiry barracks, first known as the Sainte-Catherine barracks, is a barracks near the Sainte-Catherine Porte in Nancy. It was built from 1765 to 1769 on the plans of the architect Richard Mique, on the orders of Louis XV, shortly before the attachment of Lorraine to France.

Wikipedia: Caserne Thiry (FR), Website

11. Église de la Vierge des Pauvres

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The church of the Virgin-des-Pauvres is a parish center of Catholic worship built in the mid-1960s in Nancy, in the Haut-du-Lièvre district, by the architect Dominique Louis. Claude Prouvé, who worked at the time at Dominique Louis, also collaborated in the project.

Wikipedia: Église de la Vierge-des-Pauvres (FR)

12. Cathédrale Notre-Dame-de-l'Annonciation

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Nancy Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church located in the town of Nancy, Lorraine, France. It was erected in the 18th century. The cathedral is in the Baroque architectural style. It is a national monument and the seat of the Bishop of Nancy and Toul.

Wikipedia: Nancy Cathedral (EN), Website

13. Église Saint-Nicolas

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The Saint-Nicolas church is a Nancy religious building built in the 19th century by Prosper Morey for one of the three primitive parishes of the new city of Nancy. It is dedicated to the patron saint of Lorraine, Saint Nicolas, bishop of Myre.

Wikipedia: Église Saint-Nicolas de Nancy (FR)

14. Place de la Croix-de-Bourgogne

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Place de la Croix-de-Bourgogne is a place embellished with trees in the city of Nancy. It takes its name from the cross that Lorcy's Battle, who died at the Battle of Nancy, adorned, and to whom René II of Lorraine wanted to pay tribute.

Wikipedia: Place de la Croix-de-Bourgogne (FR)

15. Le Souvenir

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Le Souvenir Photo:Pierre LescanneSculpture: Paul Dubois (1829–1905).[1] / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Souvenir is a bronze group made by the French sculptor Paul Dubois to commemorate the annexation of Alsace-Lorraine by Germany during the War of 1870. It is located on Place André-Maginot, in Nancy, in front of the Protestant church.

Wikipedia: Le Souvenir (FR)

16. Basilique Notre-Dame de Lourdes

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Basilique Notre-Dame de LourdesAlexandre Prevot from Nancy, France / CC BY-SA 2.0

The Basilica of Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes in Nancy is a French basilica built southwest of the city of Nancy in the early 20th century. The plans were designed by the architect Jules Criqui, with the help of Abbé Léon Loevenbruck.

Wikipedia: Basilique Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes de Nancy (FR), Website

17. Maison Gaudin

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Maison Gaudin is a house built by the architect Georges Biet in 1899 in Nancy, at 97 rue Charles-III, for the leather merchant Alphonse Gaudin. This building is one of the first events of Art Nouveau current at the Nancy school.

Wikipedia: Maison Gaudin (FR)

18. Hôtel d'Alsace

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The hotel has been the name that a hotel establishment has since 1963, a hotel located 13, rue des Beaux-Arts in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district, one of the four districts of the 6th arrondissement of Paris.

Wikipedia: Hôtel d'Alsace (FR), Website

19. Immeuble Génin-Louis

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The Génin-Louis store dit Graineterie Genin Louis, at the corner of rue Saint-Jean and rue Bénit in Nancy in Meurthe-et-Moselle, is the first apparent metal structure building to be used partly as a home.

Wikipedia: Immeuble Génin-Louis (FR), Website

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