Up to the French Revolution, a chapterhouse for canonesses was established in the city. Visitors are invited to take a walk in the district to discover...Read more
This chapel was built in the 18th Century, and was formerly the chapel of the Jesuit College, established in Verdun in 1570. It was dedicated to Saint...Read more
Built under the name of Fontaine de la Vierge, it was offered to "Aux Demoiselles de Lacroix sur Meuse". She bears these inscriptions: "Hear our humble...Read more
It bears the inscription "Quantos effundit usus" meaning "That there are many uses for which it flows."
The work of the architect Chenevier, completed in 1893, Verdun’s theatre was inspired by the Opéra Garnier in Paris. The Italian-style hall was built on...Read more
16th-century Basilica (Historical Monuments), jewel of the flamboyant gothic architecture and centre of Lorraine pilgrimage, it regained its original beauty...Read more
Medieval Fortress mentioned for the first time in the year 900 under Emperor Othon. It was the last and the most important defence for the dukes of Lorraine...Read more
Cross-country runner, liaison officer of the 163rd infantry regiment, he was killed on 24 September 1914 near Xivray. A stele was heir in his honour on...Read more
A former Crown Inn built in 1447, it welcomed travellers arriving after the city gates closed. The inn was rebuilt in the second half of the 16th century.
Reconstruction of a village destroyed during the first World War, with photos, street names and signs at each house locations. Commemorative chapel. Visit...Read more