Military heritage

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In the Middle Ages, the city was entirely surrounded by ramparts which were erected by Jean d'Apremont, Bishop of Metz, around 1256. These ramparts were flanked by twenty-eight towers. Nowadays, some vestiges remain at the top of the Parc de la Liberté, as well as towers and filled in ditches, on the Poincaré and Clémenceau avenues.

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Historic monument or place to visit in SARREBOURG, on the theme(s) Military interest, awarded with the Label Listed historic monument (MH).
These ramparts were flanked by twenty-eight towers. Nowadays, some vestiges remain at the top of the Parc de la Liberté, as well as towers and filled in ditches, on the Poincaré and Clémenceau avenues. In front of these ramparts are stelae in the shape of houses: they are Roman funerary sculptures coming from Freiwald graveyard (in Troisfontaines).
Protected Historical Monument

Visit conditions

Visits

Tour of exterior only
Groups accepted on reservation

Prices

Free!

Timetable

From 10/06/2024 to 16/06/2024
Monday Opened
Tuesday Opened
Wednesday Opened
Thursday Opened
Friday Opened
Saturday Opened
Sunday Opened
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