This monument, built in 1552, is a typical example of the Rhineland Renaissance style. Inside, visitors can discover wall frescoes dating back to the 16th century.
The exterior staircase decorated with a pinnacle and a Dutch gable is typical of this architectural style.
The spire of the tower peaks at 97 metres. This makes it the tallest steeple in the department of Haut-Rhin.
This structure is the tallest Protestant construction in France. Some stalls dating back to the first half of the 17th century can still be seen inside.
In Mulhouse, like everywhere in Alsace, the climate is harsh in winter but can easily exceed 30° in summer.
It is home to the town hall and the Protestant St. Stephen's Church. The term "réunion" refers to the city becoming part of the French Republic in 1798.
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