The baroque-style Château Barrabino was built in 1717. It was bought and remodelled by the Duc de Deux-Ponts for his pretty young wife, Marianne...Read more
Standing on the banks of the peaceful River Nied, this austere but elegant château was built in 1720 for Jean-Baptiste Thomas, Marquis de Pange,...Read more
The castle is surrounded by an enclosure wall with four square pavilions pierced by loopholes.
The dwelling itself, rectangular in plan, was redesigned....Read more
Le château d'Aulnois-sur-Seille était à l'origine une maison-forte, propriété de l'évêché de Metz...Read more
The outstanding collection of 18th-century furniture, objets d’art, ceramics and paintings make this château built in 1731 particularly interesting....Read more
Built between 1242 and 1248, the castle possesses undeniable architectural qualities which make it a witness to regional history. Surrounded by ditches,...Read more
At the border of France and Luxembourg, Château de Preisch enjoys a unique setting and offers visitors a wealth of interesting sights, due to the...Read more
The three turrets at the corners of the courtyard are one of the many rich architectural features of this castle, built in the 12th century but altered...Read more
Just like the Dukes of Lorraine, come and have a good time at the Château de Sierck-les-Bains!
Overlooking the Moselle valley, you can see this...Read more
Built in the 15th century on a rocky outcrop overlooking the village of Manderen, the castle today stands in impressive silhouette in the north of the...Read more