In the footsteps of the Iron workers

The Majorelle Stained-glass windows

Maison de la Formation – Espace Jean Monnet – 54810 Longlaville

 

 

The former Head Office of the Longwy Steelworks, now the Maison de la Formation (Professional Training Center), is home to a priceless treasure: the "Majorelle Stained-glass windows".

 

Created in 1928 by Louis Majorelle, the Art-Deco style stained glass windows are classified as Historical Monuments.

 

The stained glass windows illustrate the steel industry theme: "the steel worker at work".

 

Discovery of the four levels respectively representing an overview of the plant, the steel mill and the rolling mill, the blast furnace and the plant fumes.

 

Discovery of a steel factory model.

 

Useful information:

 

  • Duration: 1.15-hour
  • Groups: Minimum 10 people
  • Open year round with advance booking

 

Prices:

 

  • Please contact us

 

Get in touch:

 

  • Tel.  +33 (0)3 82 24 94 54
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Hussigny mines

 

You will discover the mining facilities and the equipment used at the time.

 

A re-enactment of the different phases of the mechanized work will be performed with machines that are still in good working order.

 

Useful information:

 

  • Duration: 2-hour
  • Groups: Minimum 30 people
  • Period: year round with booking - depending on guides’ availability

 

Prices: please consult us

Get in touch:

 

  • Hussigny Town Hall - 1 rue Maréchal Foch 54590 Hussigny
  • Tel. France:  +33 (0)3 82 44 40 16 / +33 (0)3 788 177 585
  • Tel. Luxembourg: +352 621 149 700 / +352 691 714 764
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  • Internet: http://mine-hussigny.de
  • GPS location: 49°29'51.10''N - 5°52'16.00''E