Église St-Martin

This church was inspired by Champagne and Germanic styles and dates back to the early 15C. It supposedly inspired Ligier Richier when he created the Sépulcre in the church of Saint-Etienne in Saint-Mihiel. There is also a funereal recess in the flamboyant style that houses the reclining statue of a 13C knight an a 15C woman.

Useful information

Address : 

Rue St-Martin, 54700 Pont-à-Mousson

Nearby tourist attractions

Former Jesuit College
Former Jesuit College
A university run by the Jesuits (1572),
Ancienne abbaye des Prémontrés
Ancienne abbaye des Prémontrés
The cloister's three glazed galleries
0:30
Église St-Laurent
Église St-Laurent
The choir and transept are Flamboyant
0:15
Place Duroc
Place Duroc
Duroc square is depicted by a triangular
0:15
Old Town
Old Town
To the rear of the attractive Maison des
0:15
Musée de Pont-à-Mousson
Musée de Pont-à-Mousson
Housed in a Renaissance town house
1:00
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Former Jesuit College
Former Jesuit College
A university run by the Jesuits (1572),
Ancienne abbaye des Prémontrés
Ancienne abbaye des Prémontrés
The cloister's three glazed galleries
0:30
Église St-Laurent
Église St-Laurent
The choir and transept are Flamboyant
0:15
See all

Other ideas « Art and Culture »

Former Jesuit College
Former Jesuit College
A university run by the Jesuits (1572),
Ancienne abbaye des Prémontrés
Ancienne abbaye des Prémontrés
The cloister's three glazed galleries
0:30
Église St-Laurent
Église St-Laurent
The choir and transept are Flamboyant
0:15
See all