Grand'Rue

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The semi-pedestrianised Grand'Rue, which runs through the town, is renowned for the workmanship of its half-timbered houses. The south and east entrances to the town are marked by two towers on which storks have made their nests. Also worthy of note are the Pfifferhüs (restaurant), the door of which is crowned by a representation of the Annunciation; the corn exchange; a red and yellow sandstone fountain (1536) with a heraldic lion; the Tour des Bouchers (Butchers' Tower); and Place de la Sinne.

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Garden of Live and Exotic Butterflies
Garden of Live and Exotic Butterflies
Butterflies of all sizes and sparkling
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Stork and Otter Protection Centre
Stork and Otter Protection Centre
Since 1976, the people in charge of this
1:30
Place des Trois-Églises
Place des Trois-Églises
As its name suggests, the square
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Thieves' Tower Museum
Thieves' Tower Museum
In this rather depressing establishment
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Jung House
Jung House
This typically Alsatian house dates from
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Liebrich House
Liebrich House
Dating from 1535, the house has a
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Place des Trois-Églises
Place des Trois-Églises
As its name suggests, the square
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Jung House
Jung House
This typically Alsatian house dates from
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Liebrich House
Liebrich House
Dating from 1535, the house has a
0:15
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