Église St. Rémi

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Rue de L'Église, Forbach, France

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Église St. Rémi Aug 09, 2014
The Neogothic church sits above the town centre, just below the castle ruins. It was built after St. Sebastian was becoming too small for the growing mining town. St. Rémi was consecrated in 1869 and is known for the large stained glass windows, some of them still dating from the 19th century. Four of its five bells were confiscated during German WWII occupation and melted down in German factories. The church was damaged in both world wars, but has been restored both times.

Unfortunately, the church was not open at the time of my visit – I was not even able to find the opening times for visitors.
Église St. Rémi, Forbach
Église St. Rémi, Forbach
Église St. Rémi, Forbach
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