Over the centuries, the history of Mulhouse has been written in stone.
Mulhouse, geographically close to Germany and Switzerland, is both singular and plural. Its important heritage reflects its history and its inventiveness. When you visit Mulhouse, you travel through the history of the city's development, in all its diversity. The preserved city centre tells the story of the small medieval city at the origin of the major city of today. This heritage is symbolised by the Place de la Réunion and the Town Hall in the Rhineland Renaissance style, with its painted frescoes.