Plappeville

Description

plappeville, French city Department of moselle with 4 historical sites listed or simply studied for their remarkable character.
Our database currently includes 4 elements for heritage plappeville. You will find the menu and footer links leading you on the description sheets.

There are 0 localitie (Place called, location known as) in Plappeville :

listeds buildings (classified and protected) in Plappeville

Monuments in Plappeville, Plappeville has 4 buildings protected. Include :

  1. Eglise official reference : PA00106971 ;
  2. Immeuble (Tignomont (rue de) 18) official reference : PA00106972 ;
  3. Immeubles official reference : PA00107054 ;
  4. Ancienne maison du pasteur Paul Ferry, dite le Migomay (Lorry (rue de) 9) official reference : PA57000023
Please note this list is likely to evolve, the data presented are from 2013.

Places of Culture

Librarie plappeville, plappeville has 1 Librarie :

  • bibliotheque municipale (place de l'atre 57050 plappeville)

Statistics for Plappeville

Town or city :
Postcode of city : 57050
Insee code : 57545
Longitude : 6.130242
Latitude : 49.134019
Total population : 2426 people
path : 4
dead : 5
place : 3
route : 1
st : 37
lane : 2

Buildings, French Heritage monument to Plappeville 4
« Buildings » is a construction of the city of Plappeville (France, Moselle). Buildings, French Heritage monument to Plappeville

Building, French Heritage monument to Plappeville 3
« Building » is a construction of the city of Plappeville (France, Moselle). Building, French Heritage monument to Plappeville

Church, French Heritage monument to Plappeville 2
« Church » is a construction of the city of Plappeville (France, Moselle). Church, French Heritage monument to Plappeville

Former home of Pastor Paul Ferry, known as the Migomay, French Heritage monument to Plappeville 1
House inhabited by Paul Ferry, pastor who supported the controversy with Bossuet, and the more assertive representative of the Protestant community of Metz. (...) Former home of Pastor Paul Ferry, known as the Migomay, French Heritage monument to Plappeville