Vogelsberger House

Vogelsberger house, dating from 1540, is worthy of mention for its ornate Renaissance doorway and painted coat-of-arms. One of its former owners, Sébastien Vogelsberger, a school teacher turned mercenary leader, was decapitated in 1548 by order of Charles V for having assisted at the coronation of Henry II.

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quai Anselman, 67160 Wissembourg

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