France > Grand Est > Moselle > 57480 > Rettel > 8 rue Saint Nicolas
On this route you will discover the Carthusian monastery, formerly occupied by a convent of Benedictines, then Benedictine nuns, which depended on the diocese of Trier, the church of St. Lawrence of Rettel, rebuilt after the Second World War. Inside the church you can admire beautiful stained glass windows and a beautiful stone Stations of the Cross. Then you will go to the banks of the beautiful Moselle river, which was canalized in 1964 and thus officially opened to navigation. Afterwards, you will go to the ponds, a peaceful and quiet place where you will be able to admire on the one hand the freight boats or pleasure boats, as well as the numerous swans and mallards which are on the water. On the other side, you will see all the flora that borders the ponds (water lilies, rushes, reeds etc.). On the way back, you will pass by the Nouviaire castle, where you will be able to contemplate the beautiful cast iron plaques on the façade.
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