Built on a former slag heap - vestige of steel - Amnéville-les-Thermes has developed a tourist and thermal site unique in its kind which is dedicated to the well-being and relaxation.
Bar-le-Duc is labeled 'City of Art and history'. The bulk of the architectural heritage of the city of the Dukes date from the 15th to the 18th century and in particular of the Renaissance period. The majority of the monuments and remarkable mansions are erected Savonnières stone.
The Basilica of Notre-Dame of Avioth
In the rustic setting of the small village of Avioth stands the magnificent Gothic Notre-Dame of Avioth Basilica built in the 14th century. A unique monument accompanied him, intended to receive the offerings of the pilgrims: the Recevresse.
The work of the Hackenberg (Maginot line)
The fort of Hackenberg is the largest of the Maginot line. It was built by the French between 1929 and 1935. 1'080 soldiers lived indoors. The galleries are 10 kilometres. They are built to 30 meters deep to protect them from bombing.
The castle of Haroué
The castle of Haroué was built between 1720 and 1732 by Germain Boffrand for prince Marc de Beauvau - Craon, Viceroy of Tuscany. Surprisingly, the architect had to integrate into his plans the four towers and the moat of the old medieval castle.