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Metz (pronounced more) is a city in northeastern France, former capital of the Lorraine region until 2015, and current capital of the Moselle department. It is one of the cities with the greatest medieval architectural heritage in France.
From 511 to 751 Metz was the capital of the kingdom of Austrasia. Then he became a free city of the Holy Germanic Roman Empire until in 1552 the king of France Henry II became his sovereign. However, only in 1648, after the signing of the Peace of Westphalia that the city became legally part of France.
With 389,700 inhabitants, Metz is the 24th urban area of France.
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Le FOURNIRUE T2
Appartement centre ville quartier cathédrale
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Hôtel de la Cathédrale Metz ★★★
Novotel Metz Centre ★★★★new
Grand Hotel de Metz ★★★
Hôtel du Centre ★★
The district of Metz-Countryside (in French arrondissement de Metz-Campagne) was a French administrative division, which was located in the Moselle department of the Lorraine region. It had 9 cantons and 142 communes.
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Havre de Paix hyper centre avec Patio
Metz Port Saint Marcel
"Au fil de l'eau", F2 avec vue magnifique
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Hôtel Du Théâtrenew
Hôtel Le Mondon ★★★
Hôtel Escurial ★★★new
Alerion Centre Gare ★★★
The district of Metz-Ville (in French arrondissement de Metz-Ville) was a French administrative division, which was located in the Moselle department of the Lorraine region. It had 4 cantons and 1 commune.
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Appartement Hôtel MarcoPolo Metz Centre
Grand Studio tout confort au cœur du centre ville
Comme à Venise au coeur de Metz Opéra
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ibis Metz Centre Gare ★★★
ibis Metz Centre Cathedrale ★★★new
The river Seille French river, tributary on the right of the Moselle river, with which it meets in Metz.
His birth is located in the pond of Lindre (Moselle department). It passes through this department and that of Meurthe and Moselle, in a section formed its common limit.
Its basin has an area of 12,914 square kilometers. Its length is 118 kilometers.
It is a slow river, with very important flood fields that laminate its floods. It has an agricultural use, and although it has been tried to make it navigable several times (mainly XVIII and XIX centuries), it has never been achieved.
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Modern & Cosy : 52 m² - Balcon et parking privé - METZ
Apartment Square Michel Praillon
Résidence ST Clément
Pilier de la Fontaine - avec parking
Gold Court Museum
The La Cour d'Or museum or the Gold Court museum is an art and history museum located in the center of Metz, in Lorraine. Founded in 1839, the museum's collection was renamed the Museum of La Cour d'Or in 1988, in reference to the palace of the kings of Austrasia, whose establishment occupies the supposed historical place. The museum is currently managed by the Metz Métropole metropolitan area. The institution brings together an archaeological museum with rich collections of Gallo-Roman and medieval art, a museum of medieval and Renaissance architecture and a museum of fine arts.