Romanesque house (or pagan house)

The Romanesque house (also known as the "pagan house") in Rosheim is the oldest stone building in Alsace, dating from the second half of the 12C, with two storeys featuring twin arched windows. It was restored in 2002. Visitors can discover its origins as well as an insight into life at the time of its construction, an era of knights and fabulous beasts.

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Address : 

rue du Gén.-de-Gaulle, 67560 Rosheim

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