The village, dominated by the castle, is spread over three floors.
The vineyards once stood on the slopes with terraced facing south, giving it the...Read more
The Ossuary is a memorial building with an adjoining cemetery, forming part of the French national remembrance for the dead of the First World War.
Boundary stone between La Bresse and the following villages: Basse-sur-le-Rupt Cornimont and Rochesson. Wonderfull viewpoint. Difficult access in the snow.
Monument of "Sacré Coeur" on the road "Route des Bouchaux". This statue of Jesus stands near the path of the arboretum. Great views of the village of La...Read more
In the very distant times when Saint-Mihiel was called Godinecourt, several legends are linked to its foundation. One tells that 7 wicked fairies wanted...Read more
It was erected between 1760 and 1768 with Vosges’ sandstone in a neo-classical style. It has been named from Saint Nicolas, patron saint of the boatman,...Read more
The fortress, one of the largest in Europe, covers 5 hectares and has 22 towers, 1.4 km of walls and three storeys of galleries and underground chambers....Read more
This calvary situated at the corner of the rue des moulins (Mill Street) and of the rue de la Chapelle (Chapel Street) has been constructed in the 18th...Read more
This chapel was for a long time a place of pilgrimage. Saint Quirin was a roman tribune from the beginning of the 2nd century who died as a martyr in 130...Read more
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