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.

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Andlau

Its fame arose from the frieze along the western facade dating back to the first half of the 12t

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Murbach

Romanesque style: built by the end of the 12th c. Choir and transept of the 12th c.

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Marmoutier

One of the most remarkable monuments in Alsace.

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Ottmarsheim

Octogonal romanesque abbey-church (11th c.) on the Romanesque Road.

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Strasbourg

The Alsatian Museum is a museum of art and folk tradition, offering museum visitors a charming

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La Petite Pierre

Under the title Heraldry and Sigillography, the exhibition displays seals, oriflammes and armoria

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Colmar

Birthplace of sculptor Auguste Bartholdi (Colmar 1834 - Paris 1904), creator of the Statue of L

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Soultzmatt

This primitive chapel, nestled in the hollow of an idyllic vale, goes back to the 14th century.

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Wangenbourg Engenthal

Late Romanesque chapel (13th c.) built by the Augustinians.

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Epfig

Charming Romanesque chapel of the 11th c. with wall paintings recently restaured.

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