Metz Photos

While the town of Metz is best noted for its Cathedral, there are a number of significant buildings, many in Germanic style from when Metz part of German empire.

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Cathedral of St. Etienne facade. Metz, France.Tourist office occupies a baroque building. Metz, France.Building built by Germans when Metz part of German empire. Metz, France.Germanic empire-style sculpture features cherubs with wheat. Metz, France.
Cathedral of St. Etienne facade (1898). Metz, France. Style: Gothic. Tourist office occupies a baroque building. Metz, France.Building (1913-14) built by Germans when Metz part of German empire. Metz, France.Germanic empire-style sculpture (c1914) features cherubs with wheat. Metz, France.
Array of cakes. Metz, France.Art Nouveau building on place St. Jacques. Metz, France.Moselle River & Temple Neuf protestant church. Metz, France.Temple Neuf protestant church erected during German annexation. Metz, France.
Array of cakes. Metz, France.Art Nouveau building on place St. Jacques. Metz, France.Moselle River & Temple Neuf protestant church (1901-4). Metz, France.Temple Neuf protestant church (1901-4) erected during German annexation. Metz, France. Style: Rhenisch neo-Romanesque.
Rail station erected during German annexation. Metz, France.Bell-tower of rail station personally designed by Kaiser Wilhelm II. Metz, France.Rail station facade. Metz, France.Rail station garden. Metz, France.
Rail station (1905-8) erected during German annexation. Metz, France. Style: Rhenisch neo-Romanesque. Architect: Kröger.Bell-tower of rail station (1905-8) personally designed by Kaiser Wilhelm II. Metz, France.Rail station facade. Metz, France.Rail station garden. Metz, France.
German-style water tower near rail station. Metz, France.German-built post office. Metz, France.Post office detail of arches. Metz, France.1910s formal carvings on building in German Imperial quarter. Metz, France.
German-style water tower near rail station. Metz, France.German-built post office. Metz, France. Style: Rhenisch neo-Romanesque.Post office detail of arches. Metz, France.1910s formal carvings on building in German Imperial quarter. Metz, France.
Neo Romanesque building in German Imperial quarter. Metz, France.


Neo Romanesque building (c1910) in German Imperial quarter. Metz, France.



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