Metz, France

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Metz is a gorgeous city in Northwest France. Perfect for a weekend break. Read more: http://tenderfootdesign.com/destination/why-metz/

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The beautiful Saint Maximin church, Metz. Weekend Breaks, North West, France, City, Beautiful, City Drawing, Cities

Why Metz?

The beautiful Saint Maximin church, Metz.

The Graoully is a legendary monster of Metz, flying here above an old shopping street , rue Taison - Metz - France . Lorraine, Metz France, Legendary Monsters, Alsace, Ardennes, Shopping Street, Paris Love, Medieval Town, France Travel

The Graoully ...

The Graoully is a legendary monster of Metz, flying here above an old shopping street , rue Taison - Metz - France .

View On Black Cathedral Saint-Etienne, Metz, Lorraine, France. Stained-glass window by Marc Chagall, Detail The Expulsion from Paradise (right) and The Fall of Man (left) Tamron macro Marc Chagall, Stained Glass Church, Stained Glass Art, Stained Glass Windows, Leaded Glass, Mosaic Art, Mosaic Glass, Chagall Windows, Tiffany Stained Glass

Chagall at Metz 1

View On Black Cathedral Saint-Etienne, Metz, Lorraine, France. Stained-glass window by Marc Chagall, 1960, Detail The Expulsion from Paradise (right) and The Fall of Man (left) Tamron 90/2.8 macro

Stained glass windows by Jean Cocteau at Saint Maximin church, Metz. The windows are truly beautiful and show the relevance of this art form today. Jean Cocteau, Stained Glass Windows, Art Forms, Glass Art, Abstract, France, Beautiful, Glass, Mosaics

Why Metz?

Stained glass windows by Jean Cocteau at Saint Maximin church, Metz. The windows are truly beautiful and show the relevance of this art form today.

The Chapelle des Templiers, Metz. This ancient building in the heart of the city is the last remaining octagonal chapel in the region. Ancient Buildings, Weekend Breaks, In The Heart, North West, France, Mansions, House Styles, City, Mansion Houses

Why Metz?

The Chapelle des Templiers, Metz. This ancient building in the heart of the city is the last remaining octagonal chapel in the region.

This was the incredulous question that greeted us during a recent trip to Metz, a city in north-eastern France. The Messin (as the city’s residents are known) are very friendly, polite and consider… Lorraine, Metz France, Metz Ville, Rhineland Palatinate, Beau Site, French Castles, Ville France, Statue, Weekend Getaways

Why Metz?

La porte des Allemands in Metz - a fortified bridge and gate that once formed the city wall.

The ceiling of Cathedral St Etienne soars overhead. It is magnificent. Saint Etienne, Weekend Breaks, North West, Cathedral, Louvre, Ceiling, France, City, Travel

Why Metz?

The ceiling of Cathedral St Etienne soars overhead. It is magnificent.

Stained glass window of Cathedral Saint Etienne, Metz, France. It has the largest expanse of stained glass windows in the world Metz France, Saint Etienne, Weekend Breaks, Stained Glass Windows, Empire State Building, Cathedral, This Or That Questions, City, World

Why Metz?

Stained glass window of Cathedral Saint Etienne, Metz, France. It has the largest expanse of stained glass windows in the world

Centre Pompidou Metz - Shigeru Ban our 2014 pritzker prize winner Timber Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Architecture Details, Landscape Architecture, Library Architecture, Shigeru Ban, Centre Pompidou Metz, Gite Rural

Ban in Metz

Just back from France where I photographed Shigeru Ban’s new Centre Pompidou in Metz. The museum contains a trio of narrow stacked boxes that serve as the galleries. These box forms are cant…

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Laissez-vous surprendre par Metz

Froide, austère, militaire, la ville de Metz ? Voici 6 arguments qui apportent un démenti formel. Metz est lumineuse, verdoyante, germanique et même méridionale ! Et elle postule pour être inscrite au patrimoine mondial de l'humanité.

Cathédrale Saint-Étienne de Metz | Metz, Lorraine ~ more than 100 buildings of this city are classified on the Monument Historique list. German Architecture, Church Architecture, Architecture Details, Lorraine France, Metz France, Tours France, Photography Pics, Cathedral Church, Interesting Buildings

Cathédrale Saint-Étienne de Metz

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 Saint-Étienne) It was formed in the century by joining two churches: the nave of Saint-Etienne cent.) and an older romanesque church. Cathedral Basilica, Cathedral Church, Monuments, The Places Youll Go, Places To Visit, Metz France, Art Français, Ville France, Chapelle

Metz Cathedral, France (St. Stephen's Cathedral / Cathédrale Saint-Étienne)

The cathedral in Metz was formed in the 14th century by joining together two churches: the nave of Saint-Etienne, built in the 13th century, was attached to the north side of an older Romanesque church. It is located in the heart of the city, on the Place d'Armes. Taken in July 2009.