Alsace-Lorraine

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  • 1. Musée de l'École de Nancy

    Quartier Art-Nouveau

    France's only museum devoted to Art Nouveau is in an airy turn-of-the-last-century garden–town house built by Eugène Corbin, an early patron of the École de...Read More

  • 2. Place Stanislas

    Ville Royale

    With its severe, gleaming-white, classical facades given a touch of Rococo jollity by fanciful wrought gilt-iron railings, this perfectly proportioned square may remind you of...Read More

  • 3. Avenue Foch

    Quartier Art-Nouveau

    This busy boulevard lined with mansions was laid out for Nancy's affluent 19th- and early-20th-century middle class. At No. 69, built in 1902 by Émile...Read More

  • 4. Brasserie l'Excelsior

    Quartier Art-Nouveau | Restaurant

    This bustling brasserie has a severely rhythmic facade that is invitingly illuminated at night. Inside, the decor continues to evoke the Belle...Read More

  • 5. Cathédrale

    Ville Neuve

    This vast, frigid edifice was built in the 1740s in a ponderous Baroque style, eased in part by the florid ironwork of Jean Lamour. The...Read More

  • 6. Musée des Arts et Traditions Populaires

    Vieille Ville

    Just up the street from the Palais Ducal, this quirky museum is in the Couvent des Cordeliers (Convent of the Franciscans, who were known as...Read More

  • 7. Musée des Beaux-Arts

    Ville Royale

    In a splendid building that now spills over into a spectacular modern wing, a broad and varied collection of art treasures lives up to the...Read More

  • 8. No. 2 Rue Bénit

    Quartier Art-Nouveau

    This elaborately worked, metal exoskeleton, the first in Nancy (1901), exudes functional beauty. The floral decoration is reminiscent of the building's past as a seed...Read More

  • 9. No. 40 Rue Henri-Poincaré

    Quartier Art-Nouveau

    The Lorraine thistle (a civic emblem) and brewing hops weave through this undulating exterior, designed by architects Émile Toussaint and Louis Marchal. Victor Schertzer conceived...Read More

  • 10. No. 9 Rue Chanzy

    Quartier Art-Nouveau

    Designed by architect Émile André, this lovely structure—now a bank—can be visited during business hours. You can still see the cabinetry of Louis Majorelle, the...Read More

  • 11. Nos. 42–44 Rue St-Dizier

    Quartier Art-Nouveau

    Furniture maker Eugène Vallin and architect Georges Biet left their mark on this graceful, 1903 bank....Read More

  • 12. Palais Ducal

    Vieille Ville

    Built in the 13th century and completely restored in the 15th century and again after a fire at the end of the 19th century, this...Read More

  • 13. Parc de la Pépinière

    Vieille Ville

    This picturesque, landscaped city park has labeled ancient trees, a rose garden, playgrounds, a carousel, and a small zoo....Read More

  • 14. Place de la Carrière

    Vieille Ville

    Lined with pollarded trees and handsome, 18th-century mansions (another successful collaboration between King Stanislas and Emmanuel Héré), this UNESCO World Heritage Site's elegant rectangle leads...Read More

  • 15. Porte de la Craffe

    Vieille Ville

    A fairy-tale vision out of the late Middle Ages, this 14th- and 15th-century gate is all that remains of Nancy's medieval fortifications. With its twin...Read More

  • 16. Rue Raugraff

    Quartier Art-Nouveau

    Once there were two stores here—Vaxelaire and Pignot, both built in 1901. The facade is the last vestige of the work of Émile André and...Read More

  • 17. St-Epvre

    Vieille Ville

    A 275-foot spire towers over this splendid neo-Gothic church, completed in 1451 and rebuilt in the 1860s. Most of the 2,800 square yards of stained...Read More

  • 18. Villa Majorelle

    Quartier Art-Nouveau

    In this villa, built in 1902 by Paris architect Henri Sauvage for Art Nouveau furniture designer Louis Majorelle, sinuous metal supports seem to sneak up...Read More

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