Val d'Orbey

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The woods and pastureland, high-altitude lakes and fir forests lying at the foot of the "blue line of the Vosges", between Kaysersberg, Munster and the Col du Bonhomme are a great draw for hikers, who can take paths leaving from the Trois-Épis, the Black Lake and the White Lake. French-sounding place names are much in evidence here. In Welche territory (or "the land of western foreigners"), where the Alsatian dialect has never been spoken, the dialect has Latin rather than Germanic roots.

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Espace des Métiers du Bois et du Patrimoine
Espace des Métiers du Bois et du Patrimoine
The first sign you see of the museum
1:30
Le Brézouard
Le Brézouard
Most of Le Brézouard can be explored
1:00
The Albert-Schweitzer Museum
The Albert-Schweitzer Museum
Located next to the house where he was
0:30
Fortified Bridge
Fortified Bridge
It has a crenelated parapet and even a
0:30
Ste-Croix Church
Ste-Croix Church
Some capitals of the Romanesque portal
0:15
Town Hall
Town Hall
It was built in Renaissance style
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Le Brézouard
Le Brézouard
Most of Le Brézouard can be explored
1:00
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