The district town of Merzig and its sights are situated on the river Saar, approximately 35 km south of Trier and 35 km northwest of Saarbrücken.

The public square surrounds the Catholic parish church Saint Stephanus, which is situated on Kirchstraße (church street). It is paved with cobblestones and surrounded by historic buildings.

the chapel was erected in the 12th century to pay homage to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.

built of red sandstone, St. Arnual collegiate church is one of the few buildings in the Saar region which date back to the High Gothic era. Its construction lasted from 1315 to 1390.

Situated in the heart of the Belgian town of Eupen, the impressive St. Nicholas Church was built in Renaissance style between 1721 and 1729.

perched atop a hill above the small village of Ersange, the pretty whitewashed chapel, whose origins date back to the 16th century, can be seen from afar.

the basilica of Saint-Pierre-aux-Nonnains is a historic pre-medieval church building in Metz. Its construction began in 380 AD.

Saarbrücken´s church of St. Louis is considered to be one of the most beautiful baroque churches in south-western Germany.

Perched on a hilltop, above the wine-growing town of Grevenmacher, the picturesque white Chapel of the Holy Cross is clearly visible from afar.