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Memorial sites

Many fortified works, battle sites, memorials and museums bear witness to Alsace's complex past to be discovered on histoire-alsace.com. (Results in alphabetical order)

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Uffholtz
Reflecting the history of the village, the “Abri-Mémoire” centre has been set up in the oldest house in Uffholtz, built in 1581.
Capacity 
25
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Hatten
This casemate (1931) is one of the numerous ones built to give the Maginot Line a continuous fire of infantry arms.
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Dambach
Blockhouse on the Maginot Line, monitors a flood network. Exhibitions. Discovery tour of the Maginot Line in Schwarzbach valley.
Capacity 
20
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Oberroedern
Proposes guided tours for groups (F-D-GB) min. 10 people - max. 40 people of the Oberroedern- South blockhouse by appointment only and also exploring the five other blockhouses located on the community lands by taking the Maginot Line trail sign-posted by the Club Vosgien.
Capacity 
20
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Natzwiller
In May, 1941, in a hamlet known as Struthof, the Nazis opened the Natzweiler-Struthof concentration camp in Alsace, annexed by the 3rd Reich.
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Dinsheim sur Bruche
all over the year 9:00 - 18:00 Oak casks
Capacity 
250
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Oberhausbergen
The fort Grossherzog von Baden, renamed Maréchal Pétain in 1918 and Frère in 1945, was built between 1872 and 1875.
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Niederbronn les Bains
Here are 15.148 graves of German soldiers who fell in the region during World War II. It is located on a hill, East of Niederbronn-les-Bains.

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