Vosges

Saint-Dié-des-Vosges

Interesting
Saint-Dié-des-Vosges
The Essential
Interesting
Saint-Dié-des-Vosges is home to a little-known historical heritage: a Celtic camp dating back over 4 000 years, a unique factory by Le Corbusier, a cathedral rebuilt exactly as it was before its destruction in 1944, and an extraordinary tower, the Tour de la Liberté, in the shape of a spacecraft. It was here also, in 1507, that Martin Waldseemüller published the first map of the world mentioning the name America. What better reason for organising the International Geography Festival here since 1990!

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Saint-Dié-des-Vosges

St-Dié Cathedral St-Dié Cathedral
St-Dié Cathedral
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Gothic cloister Gothic cloister
Gothic cloister
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Église Notre-Dame-de-Galilée Église Notre-Dame-de-Galilée
Église Notre-Dame-de-Galilée
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Camp celtique de la Bure Camp celtique de la Bure
Camp celtique de la Bure
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Tour de la Liberté
Tour de la Liberté
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Pierre Noël Museum
Pierre Noël Museum
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