Marmoutier abbey church
A gem of Alsace Romanesque architecture, Marmoutier Church, a former abbey church, is graced with a fine Romanesque façade built of red Vosges sandstone. Inside, only the narthex, crowned by domes, is Romanesque. The bright Gothic nave leads to the chancel with its fine wood panels and Louis XV stalls. The remains of a Merovingian church were discovered beneath the transept (entry via the crypt). Don't miss the original organs (1709-45), by André Silbermann, among the finest in Alsace.