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Art, History & Archaeology Sites & Museums

Strategically located in north-east France, and sharing borders with Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany, Lorraine is often said to be at the crossroads of Europe. This explains its very rich and colourful, often turbulent, history – from the Roman heritage in the city of Metz to the Renaissance charm of Nancy. The departments in Lorraine are: Meurthe-et-Moselle, Meuse, Moselle and Vosges.

Archaeology & History Sites in Lorraine

European Archaeological Park of Bliesbruck-Reinheim

The German-French border between Gersheim (Saarland) and Bliesbruck (Moselle) has a wonderful concentration of Iron Age and Roman archaeological sites. Consequently the European Archaeological Park of Bliesbruck-Reinheim is a cross-border venture between the two countries. The park is well set up for visitors. On view are excavations and reconstructions of Iron Age and Roman villages, an Iron Age tomb and a Roman villa.

Museums & Art Galleries in Lorraine

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