5 Sights in Thionville, France (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Thionville, 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 5 sights are available in Thionville, France.

List of cities in France Sightseeing Tours in Thionville

1. Synagogue

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The Old Synagogue in Thionville, a French town in the Moselle department in the historic Lorraine region, was built on 14 February 1912 according to designs by the Karlsruhe architect Ludwig Levy and inaugurated on 19 September 1913. The synagogue was located at 31 avenue Clemenceau.

Wikipedia: Alte Synagoge (Thionville) (DE)

2. Autel de la Patrie

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The altar of the homeland is a political monument and symbol of civic-mindedness, physical representation of the Nation, created during the French Revolution. These altars were intended to be a place of festivals and civic ceremonies, sometimes in connection with new cults.

Wikipedia: Autel de la patrie (FR)

3. Temple protestant de Thionville

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The Protestant Temple of Thionville is a religious building inaugurated in 1888 and located passage du Temple in Thionville in Moselle. The parish is a member of the Union of Protestant Churches of Alsace and Lorraine.

Wikipedia: Temple protestant de Thionville (FR), Website

4. Merlin Antoine Christophe

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Ulysse Jean-Baptiste Gémignani was a French sculptor. He was the husband of the French composer Yvonne Desportes whom he met when they were both prize-winners of the Prix de Rome staying at the Villa Médicis in 1934.

Wikipedia: Ulysse Gémignani (EN)

5. Pont du Couronné

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The Pont du Couronné or Pont-Ecluse Nord is a French bridge in the Moselle department, located on an artificial wing of the River of the same name. It is part of the municipal territory of Thionville.

Wikipedia: Pont du Couronné (FR)


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