Chapel and monuments

88160 LE MENIL
  • Altitude (in metres) :
    • 900
  • Type of amenities :
    • Historic monument or place to visit
  • Pets welcome :
    • YES
The Chapelle de Pitié is located in a place called "Les Granges". It was destroyed in the last war and rebuilt just after it. It has been restored by...
88560 SAINT MAURICE SUR MOSELLE
  • Altitude (in metres) :
    • 850
  • Type of amenities :
    • Historic monument or place to visit
  • Pets welcome :
    • YES
The chapel, located in the middle of the forest of the Charbonniers valley, primarily serves as a refuge where you can warm up and picnic. It was ...
88560 SAINT MAURICE SUR MOSELLE
  • Altitude (in metres) :
    • 530
  • Type of amenities :
    • Historic monument or place to visit
  • Pets welcome :
    • NO
The parish of Saint Maurice, which extended from the Pont Jean to the Col de Bussang, is one of the oldest parishes in the Vosges mountains. First ...
88160 LE MENIL
  • Altitude (in metres) :
    • 767
  • Type of amenities :
    • Historic monument or place to visit
  • Pets welcome :
    • YES
Located at an altitude of 767m, the Chapel des Vés was built in 1863 by farmers from La Colline in Fresse-sur-Moselle, with materials which were ...
88160 LE MENIL
  • Altitude (in metres) :
    • 926
  • Type of amenities :
    • Historic monument or place to visit
  • Pets welcome :
    • YES
Located in Le Ménil, this old oratory is accessible by foot, especially by the path leading to La Tête des Champs, which is marked with a diagonal ...
88560 SAINT MAURICE SUR MOSELLE
  • Altitude (in metres) :
    • 647
  • Type of amenities :
    • Historic monument or place to visit
A first wooden chapel, topped by a tiny bell tower, was built in 1860 by Jean-Nicolas Aiguier (the owner of the place) and a few local people on the ...
88540 BUSSANG
  • Altitude (in metres) :
    • 650
  • Type of amenities :
    • Historic monument or place to visit
The church was built in 1733. The church bell tower is the third and dates back to 1894, as indicated under the porch. The two former bell towers were...