Cultural sights - Page 2

The former barn was built on a moraine (a glacially accumulation of unconsolidated glacial debris) in 1750. It was used as a common shelter for the herds of the village and later a...
The Virgin of Alsace (Vierge d'Alsace) stands on the Eichstein ledge and is watching over Niederbruck and the Doller valley. It was sculpted in 1923 by Antoine Bourdelle in ...
Storckensohn is a typical mountain village and preserved the "savoir faire" of manifacturing nuts oil. The mill was built in 1732 and works with water energy. Visitors c...
The Drumont is the highest peak of the Vosges massif (1200 m) and offers a wide panorama of the Alsace and Lorraine. From its viewpoint you have a beautiful view of the Ballon ...
The castle (Château du Rosemont) is located on the slopes of the Ballon d'Alsace and was apparently built by Louis de Mousson, Count of Montbéliard. The remains consis...
The chapel Saint-Nicolas is situated above the village of Oderen in the upper Thur valley. The town is also known for the chapel of Notre Dame de Bon Secours, which is carved into ...
Built in the 19th century, named after a General, the Fort Dorsner should help protecting the intersection of Giromagny of potential invasions.
This castle was built in 1900 by the architect Constant Tisserand, in neogothic style and using ferroconcrete as building material. It belonged to the family until 1947, it was ...
The Ballon d'Alsace Ballon extends over the regions of Lorraine, Franche-Comte and Alsace. The Ballon d'Alsace is located in the Regional Natural Park of Ballons des Vosges ...