Small village of Moselle, in the Grand Est region, Veckring takes place not far from Inglange and Metzervisse, about forty kilometers from Metz.
Formerly a place of pagan worship in the second century, the territory of Veckring was populated since the Gallo-Roman era and took place on the Roman road linking Metz to Trier. However, it is only at the beginning of the 20th century that Veckring becomes administratively speaking a commune in its own right. The village is illustrated in the first half of the twentieth century with the construction of one of the largest forts of the Maginot line, the book of Hackenberg.
Today, Veckring seduces passing visitors with its authentic setting, its charm, but also its architectural and historical heritage to discover the time of a stay in the region.