Ancient Oak Tree

The Haguenau forest, which covers nearly 20,000ha/50,000acres, was once inhabited as the Celtic tumulus and burial places among the trees show. Churches and convents were built in medieval times, earning it the nickname of "Holy forest". The Gros chêne (great oak) of which only the trunk remains is near the modest chapel devoted to St Arbogast.

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N 63, 67500 Haguenau

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Church of St Nicolas
Church of St Nicolas
From the original primitive church built
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History Museum of Haguenau
History Museum of Haguenau
In an imposing neo-Renaissance building
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Church of St Georges
Church of St Georges
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Nautiland
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Nautiland is an aqua park just a stone's
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