Cultural sights

Ventron is first of all known for the hermitage “Brother Joseph” (Frère Joseph). It was built in 1757 by residents in honor of the kindness of Pierre Joseph Formet,...
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 ...
The Cross of Lorraine (Croix de Lorraine) was inaugurated by General de Gaulle in 1949 in memory of all the fighters who fought during World War 2 in this place. It is a monument ...
Built in the 19th century, named after a General, the Fort Dorsner should help protecting the intersection of Giromagny of potential invasions.
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 ...
The Saint-Nicolas vallye is extending over three kilometers. The chapel “Saint Nicolas des Rochers” is situated next to a cascade. Its construction in the mid-16th c...
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...
Located at the bottom of the Thur Valley and at the foot of the Vosges, Thann invites you to discover the charm of an old alsatian fortified town. One of the most important ...
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 Wesserling Park, a former industrial site, has a textile museum, the house of the former industry, remarkable gardens and creative workshops. He was nominated in the television...