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Religious heritage

Religious heritage Alsace is a spiritual region: Romanesque art, Gothic art , Baroque style... numerous mnuments reflect the Catholic, Protestant and Jewish communities. Today, Alsace remains the most multi-confessional region in France. The following results are listed in alphabetical order.

Prestations

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Ottmarsheim
Octogonal romanesque abbey-church (11th c.) on the Romanesque Road. This church is a copy of the Palatine Chapel of Charlemagne in Aix-la- Chapelle.
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Ebersmunster
The only baroque abbey-church in Alsace (18th c.). Silbermann organ (1730). Concerts on Sunday in May at 5 p.
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Marmoutier
One of the most remarkable monuments in Alsace. Romanesque façade (beginning of the 12th c.), nave and narthex (13th c.
Capacity: 
80
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Masevaux-Niederbruck
L'ancienne église abbatiale Saint-Léger est située sur la place des Alliés. Fondée par le comte Mason au 8e siècle, l'Abbaye subit la révolution de 1789, où ses possessions ont été vendues comme bien nationaux, dispersant son patrimoine.
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Andlau
Its fame arose from the frieze along the western facade dating back to the first half of the 12th c.
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Lucelle
Visit of the vault buildings and of the park, history of the Cistercian order. Possibility of viewing a 30 minute film on Lucelle.
Capacity: 
60

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