Cultural sights - Page 2

Masevaux, is the central place of the Doller valley and is an idyllic place: the Grange Burcklé is a good location for music and theater events; the Catholic church performs ...
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 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 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 ...
Built in the 19th century, named after a General, the Fort Dorsner should help protecting the intersection of Giromagny of potential invasions.
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 Missions Cross (Croix de Mission), on the territory of the municipality Thann, was built in 1950 by scouts and destroyed by the storm in 1999. In 2003 the cross was rebuilt ...
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...
The Virgin of Wissgrut stands on the slopes of the Ballon d'Alsace. It was built in 1946 by Xavier Berna, a farmer from Wissgrut after returning from deportation in Germ...