Strasbourg in northeastern France, this is a legendary city, the largest border city in France, and even the European crossroads, the "second capital of Europe." This is not a fairy tale world, but the fairy tale world is shaped according to its appearance. Tasting Alsace wines in Strasbourg is our first stop. Also because of the special location of Strasbourg, it is said that Arthas used a French method to make a German-style wine. Its been afternoon to arrive in Strasbourg, and I feel that the whole town is on vacation. The most famous building in Strasbourg is the Gothic cathedral (built in sandstone with the famous Astronomical Clock in Strasbourg) and the streetscape of black and white timber-framed buildings in the medieval Rhineland region especially in Along the small French Quarter of the River Ill, and the medieval streets and squares around the Cathedral (such as the Piazza della Signoria, Saint-Etienne Square).
Stroll through the winding lanes of Strasbourg's Old Town, the charming Gothic cathedral, the river's green-style brick-and-wood huts, linger in the small French canal, or indulge in the Alsace pub, telling the truth, than From yesterday's Paris, I am more interested in the small town of Strasbourg, which is far away from Paris, nearly 700 kilometers away.
Strasbourg is located at the eastern end of the French territory, across the Rhine from Germany. It is the capital of France's Alsace and Lower Rhine provinces. It is also the parliamentary capital of Europe. The headquarters of many EU institutions are It is also located here, which shows that not only is the location unique, the scenery is beautiful, the climate is pleasant, and the products are rich. The 20 km west is the Vosges Mountains, while the 25 km east is the German Black Forest. Because it is the border between Germany and France, the architecture here is also a combination of two countries. It is covered with medieval wooden truss houses and Baroque sandstone buildings. The canal bridges are criss-crossed, with brown roofs and black wooden slats along the way. The old houses are ancient and ancient. The area was said to have been completely destroyed during the Second World War, rebuilt after the war and listed on the World Heritage List in 1988.
Strasbourg Cathedral, which was completed in 263, is slowly approaching it. There is a feeling of infinite proximity to the sky. Although it is already known that European churches are everywhere, you can see it after the Cologne Cathedral in Germany. So shocked, I am so excited that I do not know how to describe its shock.
The city of Strasbourg, which has been stolen by France and Germany in history, has maintained the parallel state of German and French. The most fascinating is the medieval bridge composed of three bridges and four ancient towers. Quietly standing on the Illinois River, it sets up a link to the Little France. The theme of the house is relatively low-key grayish black, no colorful, but the bridge, the street is also dotted with flowers, the town surrounded by flowers is still very natural, quiet and peaceful atmosphere
Located in the heart of Strasbourg, the Strasbourg Cathedral, completed in 263 years, is one of the most important historical buildings in the Middle Ages and a famous Gothic church in Europe. The church is entirely made of pink sandstone from the Vosges Mountains. On the top of the front, on one side is a 142-meter-high minaret, but on the other side there is only one platform. It should have been a symmetrical spire. It was not built because of the limited financial resources at that time. Now it has become its characteristic. The Fortress Cathedral is also very famous. Ascend to the top of the tower, the city's beautiful scenery and magnificent forests and mountains are unobstructed.
There is an 11-meter-high astronomical clock in the church. Every 15 minutes, there are children, young people, young people and old people who represent the four stages of life. But every hour, there is a god of death. The timekeeping time is accurate, and by the time the clock is heard at 12:30, there will be a lot of characters coming out of the field, bringing a compelling, lively and humorous scene.
When the fog in Strasbourg reminds me of the modern tram of a city driving into the medieval old city, I realized that it is a bit like a forest in Edinburgh, separated by Strasbourg, France, and Kyle, Germany. Curious about the border area, I took a tram to go to Germany. I found a lot of Germanic faces. When I returned, I heard the French pronunciation of the past few days from their tone. A cross-border tram contacted the relationship between the two. In a small step, you feel the pride of entering a new world. This mentality should only exist in the traveler
Strasbourg, the northeastern city of France, the Greater Eastern Region (Rgion Grand) Est) The capital of the capital and the province of Bas-Rhin (67 provinces) is also the seventh largest city and the largest border city in France , also known as Baibao or Bai Xuebao. The city is located on the west bank of the Rhine, on the east side of the Baden-Wrttemberg region of Germany, and on the west side of the Vosges mountains. Strasbourg is far from the coastline but is still affected by the warm currents of the North Atlantic and is an atypical temperate maritime climate. Historically, Strasbourg has been in the overlapping zone of multiple ethnic activities. From the original Celtic, to Gaul, Germanic, and later Frank, Charlemagne, these nations have left their footprints in Strasbourg. In the mid-19th century, it gradually became the focus of long-term competition between Germany and France.
Located on the edge of the Black Forest in southern Germany, it is an ideal destination for wine tasting on weekends. From Strasbourg, over the vine-covered terraces, when you see a huge, robust Bacchus statue, it symbolizes that you have arrived in this miniature town. The streets leading to the commercial market are pink houses on both sides. The center of the market is the town hall. The front of the hall building is engraved with the Gothic inscriptions written in 770 AD. Its an unforgettable experience to join a local team in the outdoor red bar, and its an unforgettable experience! Its said that Faust was selling a soul to the devil at a hotel here.
We arrived in Strasbourg on the border of Germany and France on a rainy autumn morning. The largest border city in France is located on the west bank of the Rhine, across the Rhine and the German Baden-Wrttemberg in the east. The state is across the river.
Strasbourg in the morning is quiet, I saw so many flowers in a city for the first time - there are many rivers in Strasbourg, and the railings of the bridges in the river are all above The flowers are clustered, and the windowsill of the houses in the city are also decorated with flowers. The whole city is full of colorful colors. The air is cold and humid, and the view is, but it is a life that is infiltrated.
Strasbourg is a hybrid city the city has witnessed hundreds of years of grievances between Germany and France, the Franco-Prussian War, World War I, World War II, Strasbourg in Germany There have been many changes between the two, whether from language, architecture or culture, both of the elements of Germany and France, the "mixed blood" taste is very strong.
The Old Town of Strasbourg is a world heritage site, and the heart of the Old Town is located on the Big Island of Strasbourg. In the drizzle, the old European wooden ribs still stand upright around the river. It is said that in the past, just look at these wooden rib patterns to know if the homeowner is a carpenter or a blacksmith.
The famous "unfinished building" in Europe - the Cathedral of Our Lady of Strasbourg is the landmark of the city. This Gothic church, which has not been completed in 263 years, has only one 124. The spire of Migao - yes, this is a building called by a unit, and the other side of the house is not made because there is no money...
This romantic little French city of Strasbourg
walks along the River Ill in the old streets of the Little France, where the rain washes through this slate. The building on the river that reflects the unique black-and-white wooden structure of the medieval Rhineland region suddenly reminds me of the "rainy mood", but now it is better to have a good umbrella as a prop.
The old town of the medieval town is like a maze, and you will pass by a fork inadvertently. I turned left and turned right inside for a long time, and finally followed the guide to the commercial street.
The romantic commercial street, the dazzling array of goods in the window also fascinates the coming and going crowd. As the weather gradually cooled, the stores gradually began to sell Christmas-themed products, and the rich Christmas atmosphere pervaded the entire street. Although it was still far from the festival, it has already made people feel very happy.
Strasbourg, as the name suggests, knows that France and Germany have exchanged sovereignty. The reflection of the lake is like a mirror, and the locals especially like the red mouth to send the child.
Viking Viking Cruise Ship With a visit to the oldest wine cellar (owner's wines by the year), come to a bottle of 82?
Do not rub the table, have the texture of the unearthed artifacts, ask you dare to drink?