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Religious heritage

Alsace is a land of spirituality: Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque art... many monuments bear witness to the Catholic, Protestant and Jewish communities. (Results A-Z)

Prestations

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Walbourg
Gothic abbey church (15th c.) dedicated to St....
Ottmarsheim
Count Rudolf of Altenbourg founded an Abbey on his estate at Ottmarsheim which was destined for the Benedictines and consecrated in 1049 by the Alsatian Pope Leo IX. much has been written about this edifice and many studies were dedicated to it during the Renaissance period because of the octagonal shape, like a pagan temple, inspired directly from the Palatine Chapel of Aix-la-Chapelle....
Ebersmunster
The only example in France of Vorarlberg’s baroque style, this impressive baroque church overlooking the Ried is the pride of the small village of Ebersmunster....
Marmoutier
One of the most remarkable monuments in Alsace....
Capacity: 
80
Masevaux-Niederbruck
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Andlau
In the town centre this church consecrated by Pope Leo IX in 1049 includes several remarkable Romanesque features: for example XIth C. crypt guarded by a sandstone bear, a porch and a XIIth C. historiated frieze 30m high making it the richest carved portal in Alsace.  The statue of the Virgin dates from the XVth and XVIth century and the pulpit from 1703....
Kaysersberg Vignoble
In 1149 Orlib de Monjoie, bishop of Basel, consecrated the Romanesque church of Alschpach....

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