Church of St Martin

Its foundations are formed by the Gallo-Roman rampart, visible on either side of the entrance. The beauty of the church resides in the originality of its 12C narthex. Four Romanesque pillars support the ribbed vault. Works of art include the stained-glass windows, organ case, tombstones and a fine carved Nativity.

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Address : 

25 place St-Martin, 57000 Metz

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