The charming village of Rémering-lès-Puttelange takes place in the Moselle department. Located in the district of Sarreguemines, it was partially destroyed in 1944 during the attacks of the Second World War.
If the site was inhabited since Roman times, it did not become a common fledged in the Middle Ages. Of modern architecture, the village of Rémering-lès-Puttelange does not have historical monuments and exceptional sites, but still presents an ideal location to enjoy the charms of the rest of the Moselle.
Quiet and calm, the small town however offers typical architecture of this region after the 1950s.