Basilique Saint-Maurice d'Epinal

Built between XIth and XIIIth centuries, the basilica was dedicated by pope Léon IX in 1051.

In Gothic architectural style, its facades illustrate the variety of the regional styles (mosan, champenois and Rhenish). The church shelters a statue of virgin to the child with colour remaining on it. The church underwent strong damages in 1793, before being restored by Emile Boeswillwald.

The church was classified as "Historic Monument" in 1846.

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