#strasbourg is a city of grand churches, none more so than the famous Strasbourg Cathedral. Home to the European Parliament, Strasbourg is a European city through and through. There are plenty of cafes, museums, and things to keep you busy for days on end. A wonderful place to travel! #awesomepic #awesomearchitecture #churches #france
As a symbol of Franco-German rapprochement in the aftermath of the Second World War, Strasbourg is home to a number of European institutions and international organizations. The Council of Europe was formed in 1949 to help protect human rights, democracy, and the rule of law in Europe. It is separate from the European Union, but none the less important as a forum for discussion and dialogue among European nations.
Walking into Strasbourg, I walked into the elegant little town of France and walked into a quiet and bleak time. This small French border town reveals leisure and beauty everywhere, with an unforgettable unique charm.
Historically, Germany and France have repeatedly had sovereignty over Strasbourg, so the city has both French and German characteristics in language and culture. These two different cultures The place where the meeting meets. It is precisely because of this multicultural integration that this small town has a unique and unique charm.
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).