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The Romanesque House

This house is one of the oldest examples of medieval civil architecture in Alsace. Built in 1154, it has the appearance of a fortified tower, reminiscent of the fortified castles of the Middle Ages. Stop in for a visit and Anne-Sophie will tell you the history of the house!

Built in 1154, the Romanesque House is a pink sandstone fortified manor house similar in style to the gate towers and fortified castles of the period. It is one of the oldest stone civilian buildings in Alsace. It has undergone very few alterations over the centuries. Its exterior appearance and interior volumes were restored in 2001-2002.

Label vignobles-decouvertes
Additional information
  • Distance to the nearest station (km) : 2
  • Prices :
    • Adult rate : 0€
    • Child rate : 0€
  • Languages spoken : German, English
  • Practical services : Group reception

Opening times and days are liable to change according to circumstances. Please take all the necessary precautions.

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