Petite France

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The historic town centre owes its name to a French hospital that is no longer in existence. This quarter, one of the best preserved in Old Strasbourg, was once occupied by fishermen, tanners and millers. The arms of the Ill, studded with locks, allow river shipping from the Rhine to come right up to the doors of the warehouses behind the stores. Half-timbered houses are reflected in the peaceful waters of the Ill, evoking a sense of timeless charm.

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quai de la Petite-France

Nearby tourist attractions

Rue du Bain-aux-Plantes
Rue du Bain-aux-Plantes
Here there are attractive encorbelled
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Church of Saint-Pierre-le-Vieux
Church of Saint-Pierre-le-Vieux
Two churches, one Catholic, the other
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Covered bridges
Covered bridges
This is a collection of three bridges
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St Martin's bridge
St Martin's bridge
This has a pleasant view over the
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Vauban dam
Vauban dam
This is a casemate bridge, which is the
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St Thomas's Church
St Thomas's Church
Rebuilt at the end of the 12C, this
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Rue du Bain-aux-Plantes
Rue du Bain-aux-Plantes
Here there are attractive encorbelled
0:30
Church of Saint-Pierre-le-Vieux
Church of Saint-Pierre-le-Vieux
Two churches, one Catholic, the other
0:15
Covered bridges
Covered bridges
This is a collection of three bridges
0:30
See all