Lutheran church


In the Outre-Seille neighbourhood (in the old town), 41 rue Mazelle, you'll find the Lutheran church built in 1893, in a neo-classical style. This was the second Protestant place of worship built in Metz during the German annexation, after the Garnison church. Located between two other buildings, the church gets its light from the roof windows and the stained-glass window in the chancel. Inside, small iron columns uphold wooden galleries.


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