Bas-Rhin
Wissembourg
Recommended
Wissembourg The Essential
Recommended
Its history marked by sieges, disasters and acts of war (an 1870 battle is named after it), it is miraculous that the town of Wissembourg is so well preserved. A stroll along the ramparts, in the old quarters and the area called "Little Venice" reveals 70 pre-1700 houses and the imposing church of St Peter and St Paul, the second largest in Alsace after Strasbourg's cathedral.

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Church of St Peter and St Paul
Church of St Peter and St Paul
This 13C Gothic church, made of
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Bruch District
Bruch District
Note the patrician residence dating from
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Holzapfel
Holzapfel
This attractive Gothic house with small
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Old hospital (Palais Stanislas)
Old hospital (Palais Stanislas)
The residence, from 1719 to 1725, of
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Salt House
Salt House
It can be recognised by its roof,
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Tithe Barn
Tithe Barn
The old abbey tithe barn is next to the
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