Architecture sights in Alsace & Lorraine
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The interior of the domed, 18th-century cathédrale is a sombre mixture of neoclassical and baroque. The organ loft and the ironwork, by Jean Lamour and his students, are from the end of the 1750s.
Originally built around 380 as part of a Gallo-Roman spa complex, Église St-Pierre-aux-Nonains sidles up to the octagonal, 13th-century Chapelle des Templiers, the only one of its kind in Lorraine.