Rosheim
The Essential
Interesting
In the middle of the vineyards, this small winegrowing town set between the ruins of its ramparts has a fine example of Romanesque architecture, a 12C church dedicated to the apostles Peter and Paul. More examples of the Romanesque style can be seen in the main street, notably a red sandstone house dating from 1170 (probably the oldest domestic building in Alsace). After exploring, take a break and try the Munster cheese with a glass of local wine.

Must see

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Church of St Peter and St Paul
Church of St Peter and St Paul
Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul church is the
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Chain well and Zittgloeckel
Chain well and Zittgloeckel
On Place de la Mairie, admire this
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Romanesque house (or pagan house)
Romanesque house (or pagan house)
The Romanesque house (also known as the
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Porte des Lion, Porte Basse and Porte de l'École
Porte des Lion, Porte Basse and Porte de l'École
Rosheim, a medieval town, had walled
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