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This is what Wikipedia has to say about the church of Sillegny:
Saint Martin church (French: L’église Saint-Martin), nicknamed the Sistine Chapel of the Seille. Her nave was built in the 15th century. This gothic style church had a massive fortified tower which was used for protecting the inhabitants in the troubled times.
Strange that it doesn’t mention the frescoes! They were made around 1540 and represent 50 scenes from the Old and the New Testament and were restored and cleaned in the beginning of the 21st century. Nobody knows the name of the artist who made the frescoes.
What a beautiful church! And again we were the only visitors!