Arts and heritage

Autres sites et monuments

Here, the 18th century is everywhere. From the Abbaye des Prémontrés to the royal Place Stanislas, the Château des Lumières at Lunéville to the National Stud at Rosières-aux-Salines, and so on. So many exceptional historical sites, classed as UNESCO world heritage sites.

The Ecole de Nancy was founded here, spearhead of the Art Nouveau movement in France. Great artists from Lorraine, Emile Gallé at the forefront, expressed their vision of this decorative art inspired by nature, in architecture, glass and crystal ware, stained-glass windows, metalwork, and even cabinet making

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FONTAINE SAINT GENGOULT
Region Val de Lorraine
Close to Nancy

FONTAINE SAINT GENGOULT

Old fountain of a partly destroyed village in 1914, uncultivated area refitted and setting up of a local artist’s work for the occasion of an intermunicipal plan of heritage creation of Cotemporary Art.
LAVOIR DE PHLIN
Region Val de Lorraine
Close to Pont-à-Mousson

LAVOIR DE PHLIN

Phlin’s washing-place is a very beautiful 19th-century structure with contemporary work of art. Must be seen.
VIEILLE VILLE DE GONDREVILLE
Region Terres de Lorraine
Close to Toul

VIEILLE VILLE DE GONDREVILLE

Gondreville is an old Lorraine's medieval village, whose historical origins date back to Gallo-Roman times, is situated on the right bank of the Moselle between Toul and Liverdun. Once the residence of the first Frankish kings, it became in the…
THE MERCHANT'S HOUSE
Region Lunévillois
Close to Lunéville

THE MERCHANT'S HOUSE

Built in the 18th century, the mercant's house owes its name to its first owner, whose craft is suggested by the corner sculptures. At first glance, we notice a frieze of bundles and barrels connected by a rope, then, above, two urban landscapes…
THEATRE OF LUNEVILLE
Region Lunévillois
Close to Lunéville

THEATRE OF LUNEVILLE

Originally built in 1733, then destroyed by a fire, the current theatre was rebuilt in 1910. It combines an elegant and harmonious facade to a recently renovated “Italian-style” interior. Its modern conveniences and acoustics make it the…
THE HOUSE OF THE TREATY
Region Lunévillois
Close to Lunéville

THE HOUSE OF THE TREATY

It was in this building at 61 rue de Lorraine that the Treaty of Luneville was signed on 9 March 1801, which gave France the left bank of the Rhine. The final point of the conflict between Bonaparte, the first Consul, and Francis II, emperor of…