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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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Pfaffenheim
Situated between Pfaffenheim and Gueberschwihr, this chapel was founded in the 15th century and dedicate to the Blessed Virgin....
Capacity: 
120
Westhouse
This Romanesque chapel, also called St....
Molsheim
In the wake of the French Revolution, the buildings of the former Jesuit School were transformed into a senatorial estate, managed by Marshal François-Christophe Kellermann, Duke of Valmy....
Huttenheim
This chapel is home to one of Alsace's most noteworthy sculptures - a Madonna and Child dating from 1420 - as well as a medieval fresco....
Dambach la Ville
Formerly the church of the village of Oberkirch which no longer exists this chapel is characterised by its Romanesque tower and its XIIth charnel house....
Epfig
The Chapel is characterised by its XIth century style construction in the shape of a cross with the tower situated at the point where the two parts meet....
Marmoutier
Vestige of sisters' convent Benedictines based(established) in 1115, it remains a very former(old) place of pilgrimage honoring Saint Blaise, intended to protect the pilgrims of the diseases of the throat(breast)....

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