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  • Saint-Remi

    52220 Montier-en-Der (La Porte-du-Der)

    9:00 - 18:30 Open

  • Croix

    52300 Suzannecourt

    Closed

  • Grandiose 13th century Gothic church. Excellent quality interior.

    Notre-Dame de Blécourt

    52300 Blécourt

    Closed

  • It was the first church built in Joinville and this during the XIIth century. The nave and the aisles date back to this period. The church was modied during the XIXth century: the original bell tower was removed and another bell tower was erected above the original porch. Today we enter the church through a remarkable Renaissance portal nanced by the House of Guise. St Joseph’s belt, which was brought by Jean de Joinville returning from the Seventh Crusade is exposed in the church.

    Notre-Dame de la Nativité

    52300 Joinville

    10:00 - 19:00 Open

  • Romanesque church built during the 11th and 12th centuries. It dominates the hill of Mont Saint-Martin, a site used since the 3rd century as a place of worship by the Gallo-Romans

    Eglise romane Saint-Martin

    54350 Mont-Saint-Martin

    Closed

  • Saint-Etienne

    55000 Bar-le-Duc

    10:30 - 12:30 Open

  • Situated within the fortifications which were built as early as the 10th Century, and which overlook the town, the massive church of Our Lady was built in 1346 by the Lords of Apremont. After centuries of conflicts, today it is the only remaining monument in the upper town. 

    Notre-Dame de Bonne Garde

    55110 Dun-sur-Meuse

    Closed

  • A roman gem in a natural green setting...Built in the Argonne foothills during the 11th and 12th centuries, the Church of Our Lady of Mont-devant-Sassey is one of the most beautiful religious buildings in Lorraine

    Notre-Dame de l'Assomption

    55110 Mont-devant-Sassey

    15:00 - 19:00 Open

  • Former collegiate church of the hall church type and of flamboyant Gothic style, largely modified in the 16th century and then more slightly in the 19th century. The plan and architecture are simple but the building is bathed in light through the large stained glass windows of Charles Lorin's studio (1930s)

    Saint-Etienne

    55300 Saint-Mihiel

    8:00 - 20:00 Open

  • Saint-Evre

    55300 Mecrin

    Closed

  • Saint-Jean-Baptiste Church was built from 1858 to 1862 in the 13th century ogival style to replace a very simple small Romanesque church, built by the Bishop of Verdun from 1129 to 1131

    Saint-Jean-Baptiste

    55300 Lacroix-sur-Meuse

    Closed

  • The village of Rouvrois-sur-Meuse is an old fortified village.The church was traditionally built in the middle of the village, surrounded by the cemetery enclosure. Completely destroyed during the First World War, the church was rebuilt in 1926 in a neo-Gothic style

    Saint-Laurent

    55300 Rouvrois-sur-Meuse

    10:00 - 19:00 Open

  • Saint-Marcel

    55300 Seuzey

    10:00 - 19:00 Open

  • The former abbey church has kept its 38 m high Romanesque porch tower. The 2 square towers flanking the beginning of the bedside give the building its characteristic silhouette. The nave, whose hanging keystone vault is supported by composite columns, receives abundant light

    Saint-Michel

    55300 Saint-Mihiel

    8:00 - 19:00 Open

  • The original church was destroyed during the First World War and rebuilt in 1924. It is decorated with frescoes by Dante Donzelli

    Saint-Pierre

    55300 Spada

    Closed

  • Saint-Pierre de Dompierre aux Bois church (Meuse) is a neo-Romanesque building rebuilt in 1932

    Saint-Pierre

    55300 Dompierre-aux-Bois

    Closed

  • The village of Koeur-la- petite housed an important fortified castle; the King of France Louis XIII had notably installed his headquarters there during the siege of Saint-Mihiel in 1635. The stones of this castle were used to build the Saint-Remi church in 1770. 

    Saint-Remi

    55300 Koeur-la-Petite

    Closed

  • Sainte-Marie-Madeleine

    55300 Lamorville

    Closed

  • The new construction (1926-1928) combines stone work with modern materials such as reinforced concrete and metal for the structure

    Saint-Sébastien

    55430 Belleville-sur-Meuse

    Closed

  • 55600 Louppy-sur-Loison

    Closed

  • Notre-Dame

    55600 Avioth

    Closed

  • Saint-Martin

    55600 Montmédy

    Closed

  • Saint-Nicolas

    55600 Marville

    Closed

  • Sainte-Madeleine

    55600 Louppy-sur-Loison

    Closed

  • Saint-Etienne

    57340 Riche

    Closed

  • The church of Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Marthille, built in 1888, houses an organ from the early 20th century and a high altar from the 18th century. To the left of the church is a cave of Lourdes, typical of the region; built by the villagers, it houses the village's war memorial. 

    Saint-Jean-Baptiste

    57340 Marthille

    Closed

  • Notre-Dame de Lemoncourt church is considered by the villagers to be "the most beautiful in the country". It has a very sober appearance and is characteristic of the transition period between the Romanesque and Gothic styles. These two styles blend together here with great elegance.

    Notre-Dame

    57590 Lemoncourt

    Closed

  • Saint-Denis

    57590 Jallaucourt

    Closed

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