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

the historic chapel, which dates back to 1903, sits atop a little, grassy hill in the small and quiet Eifel village of Mirbach. A slightly sloped meadow path leads to and from the chapel.

the church building and the adjoining vicarage with cemetery are situated on the outskirts of Halstroff, surrounded by wide open pastures.

tucked away in the very heart of the northern Vosges Mountains, between Sarrebourg, Phalsbourg and Saverne, is the small village of Dabo.

the church in Vaux dates back to the 15th and 16th centuries. It comprises a rectangular bell tower and a nave with two side aisles.

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

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.

Located in the small district of Girsterklaus in the commune of Rosport, the chapel sits on a hill, nestled amidst a landscape of fields, dotted with a few rural cottages.

The chapel which dates back to 1524 is situated on the outskirts of Echternach, on a small hill, nestled amidst grasslands.

Sainte Barbe Church was built between 1938 and 1939 in Crusnes. Unique in its kind, it is entirely made of iron and bears witness to the industrial and social history of Lorraine.

conceived by a local architect named Heinrich Güth and erected between 1894 and 1898, neo-Gothic St. John´s was the second Protestant church to be built in the city of Saarbrücken.

this historic chapel is among the most ancient pilgrimage chapels in the Lorraine region.

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

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.

built in 1923/24, the church´s peculiar architectural style obscures its actual age, making St. Michael´s appear to be older than it really is.

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