And the second. This one has a working bell tower and you can hear the bells ringing every hour from Brad's apartment.
Metz Cathedral (church #3), otherwise known as Saint-Étienne de Metz, a Catholic church built in the 13th centuy.
We have no idea how they built it so tall without cranes and modern machinery
Isn't this a beautiful organ?
The exterior had beautifully detailed workmanship as well.
We then walked through town to the opera house, the oldest working one in France, passing by another river as we did so.
|The Opera House|
It's hard to believe this is the same building, just from the other direction and across the river.
Next stop was feeding the ducks. (Note to self: pretzels don't go over as well as bread crusts.)
Makes a difference!
basilica of Saint Pierre aux Nonnains has been around since the 4th century, and is one of the oldest churches in Europe.
We saw another purple statue.
Thanks for being awesome tour guides!