Church of St Nicolas

From the original primitive church built in 1189, only the tower remains; the Gothic-style nave and choir date from around 1300. Saint-Nicolas church houses some remarkable 18C wood carvings on the pulpit, organ case and choir stalls, all of which were taken from the old Neubourg abbey. There are four fine Baroque statues at the choir entrance, representing St Augustin, St Ambroise, St Gregory and St Jerome.

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Address : 

206 Grand’Rue, 67500 Haguenau

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