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Visit of Colmar

Visiting Colmar is an essential stopover during your stay in Alsace.

The house of heads: Renaissance style, this building dating from 1609, is the pride of Colmar residents. It owes its name to the 106 sculpted heads that adorn the facade. It has been classified as a historical monument since 1898.
Dominican Church: The Church, an emblematic place of worship in Colmar, underwent a long construction, spread out between the 13th and 14th centuries. It reflects the austerity proper to the Dominicans. It houses the famous “Virgin of the Rose Bush” by Martin Schongauer.
Pfister House : House built in 1537, as indicated by the vintage inscribed on a window of the staircase turret, it is the work of a hatter from Besançon, Ludwig Scherer. The name of this house, “Pfister”, comes from the name of the family which occupied it between 1840 and 1922.
Cathedral Square: Located in the nightlife district of Colmar, the Cathedral Square has tea rooms and bars to discover the gastronomic characteristics of the city.
The Collegiate Church of St-Martin: Built from 1235 to 1365, the Saint-Martin collegiate church is a major Gothic architectural work in Alsace. Open every day from 8 a.m. to 6.30 p.m., except Sundays and during services.
Khoifus “Old Customs”: The Koifhus or Old Customs occupied a strategic place on a commercial crossroads of the medieval city. Its construction was completed in 1480. Today it hosts many events and exhibitions.
Tanners’ Quarter: Made up of tall half-timbered and half-timbered houses mostly dating from the 17th and 18th centuries, these buildings once housed families of tanners who lived there, worked there and dried their skins.
Covered market : Designed in 1865, this building made of bricks and a metal frame had several functions until it found its original vocation as a market hall in September 2010. About twenty traders welcome you all year round to offer you fresh quality products: fruit and vegetables, butcher, cold meats, cheese, bakery, fishmonger, and other delicious local products.
Little Venice: A picturesque and charming district of Colmar, Little Venice takes its name from the structure of the street with houses on either side of the “Lauch” river, which serves the south-east of the city. Boat trips are possible in this area. ❤ Favorite
Champ de Mars: Large park in the center of Colmar, composed of green spaces and the esplanade of Place Rapp, the Champ de Mars is a privileged place of relaxation for Colmarians. In the center of the park sits the statue of Admiral Bruat, facing that of General Rapp which stands in the square of the same name. That of Admiral Bruat surmounts a fountain, itself originally designed by Bartholdi.
Statue of Liberty : At the entrance to Colmar, a 12-meter replica of the Statue of Liberty pays tribute to the sculptor Auguste Bartholdi, born in Colmar and creator of the famous New York statue of “Liberty enlightening the world”. Inaugurated in 2004, it welcomes visitors at the northern entrance to the city.




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