Chapel Tower

Interesting
This 13C belfry belonged to a truncated chapel. Its Gothic spire is 60 m tall, which makes it one of Alsace's highest bell towers. It dates from the 16C and is flanked by four watchtowers with openwork designs.

Useful information

Address : 

. Place du Marché

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