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Eglise des Cordeliers

66 Grande rue, 54000, Nancy, France
+33 3 83 32 18 74
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A befitting resting place for the Dukes

We gained access to the church during a visit to the Ducal Palace and the interior is very... read more

Reviewed 8 August 2016
MikenMissy
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Grimsby, United Kingdom
Uncrowded, for history-lovers

Read up on who all these people were, so you know why let's say Phillipa of Gueldres was important... read more

Reviewed 18 May 2016
MS4866
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London, United Kingdom
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8 Aug 2016
“A befitting resting place for the Dukes”
18 May 2016
“Uncrowded, for history-lovers”
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66 Grande rue, 54000, Nancy, France
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Reviewed 8 August 2016

We gained access to the church during a visit to the Ducal Palace and the interior is very impressive. The highlights are the intriguing stonework, the dome and the chapel itself - the décor of which is truly amazing.

Thank MikenMissy
Reviewed 18 May 2016

Read up on who all these people were, so you know why let's say Phillipa of Gueldres was important. The museum provides good printed information at every stop as you go round.

Thank MS4866
Reviewed 16 May 2016

When I first visited the Museum of Lorraine, I missed this detached part completely. How nice to have a second chance, and what surprises I found! Moving through the the church itself, I found fascinating displays of wood-cutting equipment (and sleds), old wood-working tools and...More

Thank Phil W
Reviewed 25 April 2016

This church is simply amazing. You can see the tombs of the different Dukes of Lorraine and visit the beautiful chapel "Notre-Dame-de-Lorette" with a Medieval atmosphere that send you back in time. Remarkable place !

Thank ThierryLorette
Reviewed 25 January 2016

We visited this plain looking church as part of our entrance fee to the Lorrain Museum located next door. Initially the exhibits focus on timber and everyday life which are housed in the surrounding corridors of the church itself. Once into the little chuch, do...More

Thank DifromBrisbane
Reviewed 30 July 2015

Part of the museum pass -worth seeing - as I mentioned in the Musee Lorraine review - the chapel is great! Lots of history!

Thank NYRUNNING
Reviewed 21 July 2013

The church is obviously not used any more in their original way. The setup is quite puristic and quite different to the cathedrales of Reims, Paris or Toule.

Thank rogerkem
Reviewed 15 October 2012

The altar- the history- the huffy Frenchman who bollocked my 84 year old friend from walking across the altar without genuflecting! It is a marvel that this church is a standing example of people's faith.

1  Thank rorykilalea
Reviewed 12 October 2012

The Cordeliers cchurch is a lovely building with some beautiful funerary monuments but the main point of the visit is the excellent folk museum housed in the former convent buildings . We were most impressed by the quantity and quality of the material, especially furniture,...More

2  Thank argein
Reviewed 20 July 2012

I have reviewed this under the Museum of Lorraine. One ticket covers both.

Thank WinstonSophie
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