Rosheim
The Essential
Interesting
A member of the Décapole in 1354, Rosheim is a must for anyone interested in Romanesque architecture. Surrounded by vineyards, this small winegrowing town set between the ruins of its ramparts boasts two remarkable buildings: a 12C church dedicated to the apostles Peter and Paul, which is the most typical and complete example of Romanesque architecture in Alsace, and, just a few houses away, a red sandstone house dating from 1152, which is probably the oldest domestic building in Alsace.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Rosheim

Church of St Peter and St Paul
Church of St Peter and St Paul
Rosheim
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Chain well and Zittgloeckel
Chain well and Zittgloeckel
Rosheim
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Romanesque house (or pagan house)
Romanesque house (or pagan house)
Rosheim
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Porte des Lion, Porte Basse and Porte de l'École
Porte des Lion, Porte Basse and Porte de l'École
Rosheim
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