Once located on a Roman crossroads, Chieulles is a farming community that was owned by the lords of Ennery and Florange. The village belonged to the large Baudoche family in the Middle Ages, who paid for some of the stained-glass windows in Metz’s Saint-Etienne Cathedral.

Like other villages, Chieulles was a battleground for the Prussian army in September 1870.
Saint-Jean-Baptiste chapel dates back to 1759, and was rebuild in 1903.

Discover our heritage

  • Saint-Jean-Baptiste chapel
  • Cavalry with three angel heads