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Lac de Madine

Lac de Madine, France

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About Lac de Madine

Lac de Madine is a beautiful lake that was located at the border between Meurthe-et-Moselle and Meuse. It was one of the famous fishing and camping site in this area. People are being attracted here by the natural beauty of this area. , Madine Lake offers you the opportunity to discover a set of unspoiled nature, an ideal place for bird watching and hiking too.



Attractions near Lac de Madine

Verdun Memorial37.55km from Lac de Madine

Verdun Memorial is one of the most important Great War museums in Europe which was built on the actual site of a battle which was Spread over three levels with a collection of 2,000 objects. It is a military museum that displays French and German armaments, military vehicles, uniforms, and equipment of both French and German troops during the battle. One of the nice locations which shows light to the ancient history of Europe.

Centre Pompidou-Metz38.55km from Lac de Madine

The Pompidou-Metz center is a public cultural cooperation 2 art establishment located in Metz, between the Parc de la Seille and the train station. Its construction is carried out as part of the development operation of the Amphitheater district. It is an art center dedicated to modern and contemporary art, whose cultural project is the presentation of temporary exhibitions and the programming of live shows, cinema sessions, and conferences in two dedicated rooms.

La Petite Venise38.81km from Lac de Madine

The little Venice of Colmar is a picturesque old tourist area, in the district of Krutenau, in the southern suburb of the historic center of Colmar, in Haut-Rhin, in Alsace. It is named after Venice, Italy , in relation to the historical picturesque organization of the life of the district, around its canals of the Lauch. This place is, with its many charming hotels, restaurants, winstubs , pastry shops, and shops, one of the best preserved old medieval traditional sectors, picturesque, enhanced

Metz Cathedral38.93km from Lac de Madine

A beautiful majestic cathedral which was featured with fantastic stained-glass windows and Gothic features, built with yellow Jaumont limestone dates from the 13th century. One of the main pilgrimage centers in this area and also there are so many art collections and so more. It was built on the site of an ancient 5th-century church dedicated to Saint Stephen protomartyr.

Douaumont Ossuary39.06km from Lac de Madine

The Douaumont ossuary is a memorial containing the skeletal remains of soldiers who died on the battlefield during the Battle of Verdun in World War I. This modern French ossuary contains the jumbled bones of 130,000 WWI soldiers. The Ossuary is a gallery-shaped building surmounted by a Lantern of the Dead tower. It has been designated as a national cemetery that contains the remains of both French and German soldiers who died on the Verdun battlefield.

Fort Douaumont39.35km from Lac de Madine

Fort Douaumont was the largest and highest fort on the ring of 19 large defensive works that had protected the city of Verdun built in the late 19th-century. The heavily armed fortress was designed to be the most strategically important of Verdun’s mighty defenses. It was protected by two layers of concrete over a meter thick and surrounded by a seven-meter-deep moat and 30 meters of barbed wire. It was one of the famous attractions in this area and the view from the fort is truly impressive.

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Grand Est is a vast new region in Eastern France, the unification of the former historical regions of Champagne-Ardenne, Alsace, and Lorraine. Its geographical location – bordering Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, and Switzerland – makes of the Grand Est an interesting cultural melting pot which can be clearly seen in its architecture and tasted in its gastronomy.