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Parc de la Marseillaise, Crédit: Vincent Schneider Parc de la Marseillaise, Crédit: Vincent Schneider
Guebwiller

Parc de la Marseillaise

Between 1897 and 1899, the industrial sponsor Aimé Gros Schlumberger asked the Parisian landscape architect Edouard André to create a public park that is "a place of leisure but also of education and an introduction ...

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Lapidarium © Ville de Soultzmatt-Wintzfelden
Wintzfelden

Lapidarium

The lapidarium is situated near the church and is composed by tombstones and sarcophagus discovered in the convent from Schwartzenthann.

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Katia Funfschilling
Jungholtz

The Israeli cemetery of Jungholtz

The Israeli cemetery of Jungholtz, in the Upper Rhine, was created in 1655. The oldest steles date from the beginning of the 18th century and the most recent from 1923. It is the oldest Jewish cemetery in the Upper Rhine...

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Vue hivernale de l'église Saint Léger de Guebwiller, © Guy Würth Vue hivernale de l'église Saint Léger de Guebwiller, © Guy Würth
Guebwiller

Saint-Léger Church

The parish church with a late Romanesque style was built from 1182 to 1235 spurred by Murbach abbot, by replacing a chapel located at the same place. The façade with two towers, the open porch and octagonal bell towe...

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Collégiale de Lautenbach © Vincent Schneider Collégiale de Lautenbach © Vincent Schneider
Lautenbach

St. Michael Collegiate Church

"The former collegiate church of Saint Michael-and-Gangolphe underwent many transformations over the centuries. The nave probably dates from the 11th century, the transept, the choir and the flat chevet from the 12th ce...

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Abbaye de Murbach vue depuis la chapelle Notre Dame de Lorette Crédit : pays d'art et d'histoire Abbaye de Murbach vue depuis la chapelle Notre Dame de Lorette Crédit : pays d'art et d'histoire
Murbach

Murbach Abbey

At the foot of the Grand Ballon, the Abbey Church of Murbach awaits you by the side of a shady road. The Monastery was one of the most powerful in the Holy Roman Empire in the 11th and 12th centuries. Rebuilt after the T...

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Notre Dame de Lorette © Thomas Studer Notre Dame de Lorette © Thomas Studer
Murbach

Notre Dame de Lorette Chapel

"Built in 1693 on a promontory overhanging the abbey, this chapel is strongly inspired by the Santa Casa de Loreto, hence the name of Notre Dame de Lorette. Controlled by the monks of Murbach to replace a ruined chapel...

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Centre AudioVisuel Centre AudioVisuel
Guebwiller

Les Dominicains de Haute Alsace

Near the Grand Ballon at the heart of the vineyards, Guebwiller has an absolutely remarkable old monastery and church, built by the Dominicans in the 14th century. The church is one of the rare examples to have preserved...

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Commanderie vue aérienne Commanderie vue aérienne
Soultz Haut Rhin

La Nef des Jouets - toys museum

The « Nave of Toys » houses the toys collected over the years by Joëlle and Jean-Richard Haeusser. But it is not merely a museum, it is also an exceptional institution set up in the former residence of the Commander o...

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Musée de la Régence, Ensisheim Musée de la Régence, Ensisheim
Ensisheim

Musée de la Régence

The Regency Museum is housed in the Regent's palace, a magnificent XVIth century building (1535) constructed in the center of Ensisheim by emperor Ferdinand of Austria. Three different sections deal with History, archae...

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Bernardswiller ©OT OBERNAI Bernardswiller ©OT OBERNAI
Alsace

The Alsace Wine Route

The Wine Route is the capricious ribbon that runs along the eastern slopes of the Vosges, quietly rolling down the mountainsides and taking in fifty-one local wines that boast the registered designation of origin 'Alsace...

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©ADT68 F.Zvardon ©ADT68 F.Zvardon
HAUT-RHIN

The crest road

The Crest Road links up Cernay and Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines progressing over 77 kilometres. You may take the route on foot to access the Grand Ballon, the highest summit of the Vosges Mountains. The itinerary ends with a g...

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