Built in 1902, its metal structure architecture is reminiscent of the Baltard pavilion in Paris. Ceramic fruit sprays decorate the four corners, a stone...Read more
Completed in 1535, it is remarkable for its coffered ceiling sculpted by Ligier Richier. This house was actually his workshop. Private building, open for...Read more
Fortified church equipped with turrets, presence of archers and firing windows in accordance with the defensive role of the sanctuary. Open building on...Read more
Completed in 1623 for Nicolas Japin, supplier of gunpowder to French King Louis XIII, this superb private residence was inspired by the Parisian building...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.
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
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