Moselle

typical Lorraine farmhouse with historic pilgrimage chapel (Notre Dame de Faux-en-Forêt, also featured in the Location Guide)

picturesque hilly landscape, typical for the region around Schwerdorff. Narrow rural roads, in part, lined with trees. Far reaching view, sparse population

picturesque farmhouse in the village of Les Etangs, approx. 100 years old.

The garden parcel which used to belong to the Arcelor steel factory now is the property of the town of Clouange.

situated in the Moselle department, the Bitscher Land is a protected area composed of rocks and peat bogs.

the large-scale slag heap terrain on the outskirts of Creutzwald is completely surrounded by forested areas and, thus, virtually inaccessible to public view.

the Carreau Wendel mining museum La Mine in Petite-Rosselle is the largest mining site in France and the only one that is still complete, which makes it one of a kind in Europe.

a number of working class housing estates with characteristic buildings extend along Villerupt´s hillside. The different residential quarters all have their own, individual building styles.

Saint-Louis-lès-Bitche is a small commune in the northern part of the Moselle Department in the French region of Lorraine.

Lorraine is a land of artistic traditions, rich in sandstone, sand, water and wood, all major ingredients that go into the making of glass.

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