Reformed church


The annexation by the German Empire left a strong mark on Sarrebourg, as in 1870 it became a garrison town. The church was built in 1896 in a neo-Gothic style, in order to accommodate 750 parishioners – at the time, thousands of German soldiers lived in the town. Both the Bible given by the Prussian empress and the Central Gallery, known as the Imperial Box, remind us of the Wilhelminian era.


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