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  • 1 Ancienne abbaye des Prémontrés Interesting

    Religious buildings

    9 r. St-Martin F - 54700 Pont-à-Mousson

    The former Premonstratensian abbey has three galleries that open onto an enclosed garden, capitular, boiler room and refectory. These are now exhibition spaces where modern art meets monastic buildings. There are three superb staircases, including a ..

  • 2 Place Duroc Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Place Duroc F - 54700 Pont-à-Mousson

    The Maison des Sept Péchés capitaux (House of the Seven Deadly Sins), with its caryatids and towers, is where the dukes of Lorraine used to stay. The town hall is decorated with a pediment, and its council room contains tapestries showing scenes from..

  • 3 Musée de Pont-à-Mousson

    Museums and art

    r. Magot-de-Rogéville F - 54700 Pont-à-Mousson

    This museum has a stunning collection of papier mâché objects. You will also see the work of the printers, designers and publishers who flourished here from the 16th to 18C. As for wrapping paper, go to the shop!

  • 4 Old Town

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    pl. Duroc F - 54700 Pont-à-Mousson

    The Old Town includes Rue Clémenceau with a Renaissance well in the courtyard of n° 6, or Rue Saint-Laurent with the façades of n° 11 and n° 19. At n° 39, Général Duroc, hero of Austerlitz and Wagram (two well-known Paris Métro station names!) was bo..

  • 5 Église St-Laurent

    Religious buildings

    Rue St-Laurent F - 54700 Pont-à-Mousson

    Do not miss a work by Ligier Richier of Christ carrying the Cross.

  • 6 Église St-Martin

    Religious buildings

    Rue St-Martin F - 54700 Pont-à-Mousson

    This church was inspired by Champagne and Germanic styles and dates back to the early 15C. It supposedly inspired Ligier Richier when he created the Sépulcre in the church of Saint-Etienne in Saint-Mihiel. There is also a funereal recess in the flamb..

  • 7 Former Jesuit College

    Religious buildings

    Rue St-Martin F - 54700 Pont-à-Mousson

    A university, a military school and then a secondary school - that is the history of this building, with its ceremonial courtyard from the 16th and 17C, after it was founded by the Jesuits in their struggle against the Reform.

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