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Lorraine, between the plains and vines of Champagne and the Massif des Vosges, is fed by the Meurthe, Moselle and Meuse Rivers – hence the names of three of its four départements (the fourth is Vosges).

It is the only French region shares its borders with three other countries: Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany. It is also close to three other French regions of Alsace, Champagne-Ardenne and Franche-Comté, this confirms its role as a major geographical crossroads. Lorraine, whose name has inherited the duchy of the same name, is located more precisely the intersection of two axes: Paris- Strasbourg and Luxembourg-Lyon. We discover a region shaped by the deeds of history. Traces of the past have left impressive fortified sites such as artillery works of the Maginot Line or the underground citadel of Verdun. Nature employs more than 600,000 hectares of flourishing in regional parks such as Parc de Lorraine or the Northern Vosges.

Water is everywhere with a huge network of rivers, ponds, lakes and miles of navigable canals. Land of ancient traditions with crafts such as Baccarat crystal, which also an architectural hertiage and historical richness.


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