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  • 1 St Martin's Church Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Place St-Martin F - 25200 Montbéliard

    Built between 1601 and 1607 by Heinrich Schickhardt, the Swabian «Leonardo da Vinci», who drew his inspiration from the Tuscan Renaissance style. The polychrome decor of the organ case and rostrum bring relief to a rather austere interior.

  • 2 Montbéliard Art and History Museum - Hôtel Beurnier-Rossel Interesting

    Museums and art

    8 place St-Martin F - 25200 Montbéliard

    This art and history museum is located in the Hôtel Beurnier-Rossel. It was built in 1772-1773 by Philippe de la Guêpière, and is typical of a private mansion in a large town in the 18C. Today, it retains its character in the reconstructed apartments..

  • 3 Old Montbéliard Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Rue du Château F - 25200 Montbéliard

    The scheme to recolour the façades and its abundance of flowers lend Montbéliard's old town the warm colours so particular to cities influenced by Germany.

  • 4 Town hall

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Rue de l’Hôtel-de-Ville F - 25200 Montbéliard

    See the main staircase with majestic columns at the foot and a fine wrought iron banister. In front of the façade, a statue of Cuvier by David d'Angers.

  • 5 Maison Forstner

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    19 pl. St-Martin F - 25200 Montbéliard

    Renaissance decor on the harmonious façade of this 16C.

  • 6 Hôtel Sponeck

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Rue Georges-Clemenceau F - 25200 Montbéliard

    Now home to the Scène nationale de Montbéliard (theatre).

  • 7 Neuve ville

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    pl. Ferrer F - 25200 Montbéliard

    Its construction was decided by Frederick of Wurtemberg in 1598 to cope with the arrival en masse of Huguenot refugees.

  • 8 Church of St Maimboeuf

    Religious buildings

    Place St-Georges F - 25200 Montbéliard

    Its position, dominating the protestant church of St George and its theatrical, somewhat overdone decoration were intentional on the part of the Catholic Church, when the Lutheran city became part of France.

  • 9 Church of St George

    Religious buildings

    Place St-Georges F - 25200 Montbéliard

    St Martin's protestant church was too small - so they built this church between 1674 and 1676 to accommodate worshippers. It is now a conference centre.

  • 10 Le Près-la-Rose

    Nature and gardens

    F - 25200 Montbéliard

    This park was laid out on an industrial wasteland, near the old centre. Sculptures, some of which are quite eye-catching, have been set up here: Le Vaisseau, Fontaine Galilée. Visitors of every age can take part in an initation to scientific and tech..

  • 11 Château des Ducs de Wurtember

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Esplanade du Château F - 25200 Montbéliard

    Located at the confluence of the Lizaine and the Allan, this castle, which already existed in the 10C, underwent many transformations over the centuries. Of the part built in the 15C and 16C, there remain only two massive towers with lanterns on top ..

  • 12 Place St-Martin

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Place St-Martin F - 25200 Montbéliard

    Containing the main monuments of the town: the Town Hall (18th century), the pink sandstone façade of which blends in with the white limestone of St Martin Temple (early 17th century), the oldest building in France used for the reformed religion, whi..

  • 13 Montbéliard Food Market

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Place Denfert-Rochereau F - 25200 Montbéliard

    A huge 16th and 17th century building topped by an imposing roof, opening on to place Denfert-Rochereau: in this square is a stone slab from the 15th century called the «fish stone», used as a stall in bygone times on market days.

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