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Metz to host the G7 Environment and Oceans Ministers in May

Metz is hosting the G7 Environment and Oceans Ministers at the congress centre Metz Congrès Robert Schuman on 5th and 6th May 2019. This international diplomatic rendezvous will bring together the environment ministers from the world's biggest economic powers: the United States of America, Japan, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Italy and Canada. It is custom that the meeting takes place in the G7 country holding presidency, which is France in 2019. Metz was selected by François de (...)
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Metz Congress Robert Schuman - 2 majors events and 4 dates

At the heart of the Grand Region, situated on the Parvis de l'Amphithéâtre in Metz, an exceptional spot at the centre of Metz' Amphitheatre quarter, opposite the Centre Pompidou-Metz and next to the high-speed train station Metz-Gare, Metz Congress – Robert Schuman is an exceptional site, allowing Metz Métropole to join the leading business tourism destinations and reinforce its appeal. During the press conference on 20th June 2018, Julien BROCHET, Director of ESWC and Frédéric SCHNUR, (...)
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Metz is Wunderbar !

From 18 to 25 March, the City of Metz will organize the second edition of the Franco-German week called "Metz is Wunderbar". Included: conferences, concerts, shows, workshops for young people, exhibitions, etc. These are opportunities to highlight the Franco-German excellence of Metz. Follow the guide!   "Learning the language of the neighbor, knowing his culture, multiplying common operations, all of this is a crucial issue for our future ..." said Dominique Gros, Mayor of Metz, at the (...)
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Metz, the most beautiful French train station !

It is done! After several months of competition, the Metz Station was finally elected "Most beautiful French Station" in the challenge launched by the Stations & Connexions branch of the SNCF. With more than 31,000 votes, Metz wins against the station of La Rochelle.   A big thank you to all the people who committed to the project, whether Messins or not, to allow this undeniable monument of the City heritage to have its hour of glory!  
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