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Petite-France

River Ill is everywhere in Petite France, which is why this district is sometimes compared to a small Venice.

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Musée Alsacien de Strasbourg

The museum is a house of art and folk tradition and offers a tour of the old buildings.

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Strasbourg Cathedral

Strasbourg Cathedral is one of the most important cathedrals in Europe and the largest sandstone buildings in the world.

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La Grande Île

This is the old city center, set around Strasbourg Cathedral. Impressive half-timbered houses and the Rohan Palace stand out.

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River Jll

River Ill springs in the Jura mountains, flows through Alsace and reaches the Rhine near Strasbourg after almost 217 km.

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European Quarters Strasbourg

Here we find all the important institutions of the European Community.

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La Neustadt

La Neustadt was to make Strasbourg a showcase of Prussian power with large squares and wide avenues.

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La Manufacture de Roubaix

La Manufacture de Roubaix is one of the sites of the history of textiles in and around Roubaix.

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Montpazier

The Bastide Monpazier has been preserved almost unchanged since its foundation in 1284.

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Brantôme

Brantôme is called the Venice of the Périgord. It is located in the Périgord Vert north of Périgueux.

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La Madelaine, Tursac

La Madeleine is a settlement inhabited for thousands of years, built on a narrow bend of the Vézère River.

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Museums in the Monk's Court

3 museums and 1 cultural-historical showcase in the food hub of Kulmbach

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Bavarian Bakery Museum

3 museums and 1 cultural-historical showcase in the food hub of Kulmbach

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German Spice Museum

3 museums and 1 cultural-historical showcase in the food hub of Kulmbach

fun & family
Vélorail

We actually love pedal boating. Anyway, VéloRail is the same thing ... only on rails.

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Grasse and the perfume

Unbelievable: stinky gloves were at the beginning of the perfume from Grasse.

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Fragonard

Fragonard is one of the oldest parfumeuere here and is located in the old town of Grasse.

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July of St. Barth

Juliette brings together the essentials: beguiling fragrance and exclusive women's fashion.

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Galimard

Jean de Galimard founded one of the first perfume houses in France in 1747.

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Molinard

The House of Molinard was founded in Grasse in 1849 and is still a family business.

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Saint Cézaire Cave

The cave was discovered on June 16, 1890 by a farmer as a hole in his field.

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Grotte des baumes obscure

Nine caves make up the Baume Obsucre cave system.