Top 10 Things to See in Strasbourg

Strasbourg has mirrored the changing fortunes of France and Alsace for hundreds of years. Worldly famous for its towering Gothic cathedral, the city is today the seat to the ... lire plus !

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What do French people celebrate on Europe Day?

“Vive l’Europe!” On Europe Day 27 states and more than 446 million Europeans (including about 67 million French people) celebrate the European Union on May, 9th. On that ... lire plus !

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Strasbourg Christmas Market: The Discovery Guide

The Strasbourg Christmas Market is the oldest in France and the country’s most famous festive event. Its 300 chalets are spread over several locations across the Grande Île, ... lire plus !

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Strasbourg German Imperial District

The German Imperial District of Strasbourg originates from 1871 when the Treaty of Frankfurt modified the western borders of France to the benefit of the emerging German Empire. ... lire plus !

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Strasbourg and Europe: History and Anecdotes

Strasbourg and Europe: when a city on the River Rhine calls for reconciliation of the peoples of Europe after the tragic Second World War. In this post, we’ll ... lire plus !

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Strasbourg Petite France District

In Strasbourg, the Petite France district is arguably the city’s most romantic district, especially at nightfall. A succession of canals along which have been built beautiful half-timbered houses gives ... lire plus !

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Discover the Grande Ile: Strasbourg Old Town

The discovery of Strasbourg old town and its picturesque atmosphere is a real enchantment. It is easy to understand the pride the Strasbourgeois feel for their city, given its ... lire plus !

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Strasbourg History

The task of talking about Strasbourg History, of a city that is more than 2,000 years old is a difficult one, with countless stories and anecdotes to tell. ... lire plus !

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Strasbourg Cathedral: discover the Gothic masterpiece!

Attracting around 4 million visitors each year, Strasbourg Cathedral is the second most-visited cathedral in France after Notre-Dame de Paris, and well before those of Metz, Reims and ... lire plus !

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Strasbourg, Alsace

Strasbourg is the capital of Alsace and is located on the left bank of the Rhine River, in France’s northeast. With a population of more than 470,000, it is ... lire plus !

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