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Thann

Thann

The carved spire of the Collegiate Church has been protected the town and its surroundings since 1516. As your stroll along the narrow streets, you will discover 16th century houses, fountains, oriel windows, towers and ...

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Rouffach, Canton de Rouffach, Haut-Rhin, Alsace (Patrice André - Ville de Rouffach) Rouffach, Canton de Rouffach, Haut-Rhin, Alsace (Patrice André - Ville de Rouffach)
Rouffach

Rouffach

The origin of Rouffach most probably goes back to the Celtic period. The Latin name of the place was ""Rubeacum"". Excavations in the centre of the early town show that the Romans settled down in Rouffach. The Merovingia...

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Neuf-Brisach

Neuf-Brisach Fortified Town

Neuf-Brisach is the Citadel of the Sun King since it was founded in 1699 at Louis XIV's behest. Today, it is considered as Vauban's masterpiece. Its architecture is unique in Europe, and the Citadel is listed as part of ...

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Ungersheim

The Little Prince Park

Reopening on 9 April 2022. In the heart of Alsace, between Colmar and Mulhouse, come and live an unforgettable experience in the first aerial park in the world! "All grown-ups were once children but few of them remembe...

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Mulhouse

Train museum - Patrimoine SNCF

In Mulhouse, you can discover the largest and most beautiful museum in Europe dedicated to trains. You can relive the epic period from the very first locomotives in 1844 to the record-breaking high-speed TGV train. Other...

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Rust

Europa-Park

There truly is a lot to be discovered in Germany’s largest amusement park: on a surface spanning 95 hectare adventurous guests will not only find more than 100 attractions and international show programmes but also 15 ...

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Ungersheim

Ecomusée d'Alsace

The Ecomusée d'Alsace is the largest open-air museum in France, located in Alsace between Colmar and Mulhouse. It resembles a traditional Alsatian village from the beginning of the 20th century and comprises more than 8...

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Pulversheim

Guided tour of the Rodolphe Mine

Discover the richness of this real industrial temple through this guided tour. The Rodolphe Tile was the most monumental and most representative of the KST tiles until its closure in 1976. A visit to the tile pit in the ...

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