Bounded by the Moselle River and the Canal de la Marne au Rhine, Toul is a gorgeous town layered in historic architecture. Formidable white-stone ramparts edged with moss stand as the fortified façade that has enclosed the city since 1699. St-Étienne Cathedral- whilst not in its hey-day glory, is still eerily breath-taking. Its’ exterior, framed by two high towers, houses one of the largest cloisters in France flanked by three galleries and numerous gargoyles perched. Also, head down to Église St-Gengoult to wander around its cloisters dating from the 16th century and see its flamboyant Renaissance architecture replete with star vaultings culminating in ornate keystones.




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TOUL1. Tourist office  2. Town Hall  3. Train station (north-west of map limits; zoom out 1 click to view) 4. St-Étienne Cathedral  5. Église St-Gengoult'