Citadines Strasbourg Kleber

50-54, rue du Jeu des Enfants, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67000, France
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any mosques?

by lithuaniandiamond

hi guys!
I'm planning a visit in Strasbourg at the end of next week.
maybe there will be any events around 19-21 of August in Strasbourg?
but the main question is maybe a bit unexpected: are there any mosques in Strasbourg and if there are..anyone knows visitation posibilities?

Thanks in advance!
Best wishes from Lithuania,

Re: any mosques?

by mustertal

Yes, I'm sure there are so atke plenty of repelant.

Re: any mosques?


The "Grande Mosquée de Strasbourg" is presently building but will not be open until Summer 2010. You can have a look at the site. More at :
Otherwise, there are several smaller mosque in Strasbourg but they are plain buildings, only for prier, not open for visits and there is no interest to visit them. More at :

Re: any mosques?

by mustertal

Sorry about the mix up.

Travel Tips for Strasbourg

A city built on water

by mariev

Something that strikes when comming in Strasbourg is the ever present water.

Be it river like the Ill and the Rhin, human created water way like the canal de la Marne au Rhin, water is never far and brings this lush and serene aspect to the city.

The original town is enclosed in the arms of the Ill and the very center (including the Cathedral) is largely built on pillars.

The name of the region itself is linked to the water : Alsace is localy named "Elsass" ("what lies along the Ell", "Ell" beeing the old name of the river "Ill").

The rivers, providind easy transport facilities and abundant crops make the region rich and so attractive to all would be conquistadores. So many wanted to posses it, so many came and tried ...Winners, loosers, all of them left something behing or melted in, creating thus an unique combination of cultures.

Try to eat the local dishes ,...

by RitchiS1

Try to eat the local dishes , very good !!
Here you can see the BAECKEOFFE . REZEPT / Sorry I can´t translate it in English :-((
Drei Sorten Fleisch und Kartoffeln in Wein geschmort. Einst ein Arme-Leute-Essen, das die Hausfrauen am Waschtag dem Bäcker zum Schmoren brachten und nach drei Stunden wieder abholten.
Zutaten(für 6 - 8 Personen)
Zubereitung in einer ca. 40 cm langen, 25 cm breiten und 20 cm hohen Keramikform. Das gesamte Fleisch wird eine Nacht lang eingelegt.800 g Schweineschulter800 g Rindfleisch 800 g Lammschulter ohne Knochen1 Schweinshaxe1 kleiner Schweineschwanz3 grosse Zwiebeln1 Stange Lauch (weisser Teil)5 Knoblauchzehen1 Lorbeerblatt3 Nelken1,6 kg geschälte und in Scheiben geschnittene KartoffelnSalz und Pfeffer aus der Mühle200 g Mehl (nach Belieben)
ca. 1 l Weisswein

ZubereitungDas Fleisch in grosse Würfel schneiden. Zusammen mit der Schweinshaxe und dem Schweineschwanz salzen und pfeffern. Eine Nacht lang mit den gehackten Knoblauchzehen im Weisswein marinieren. Eine Schicht Kartoffelscheiben mit etwas Lauch in die Form geben. Das Fleisch, die Schweinshaxe und den Schweineschwanz, die kleingeschnittenen Zwiebeln, das Lorbeerblatt und die Nelken drauflegen.Mit den restlichen Kartoffelscheiben und Zwiebeln bedecken. Mit Weisswein übergiessen. Wenn nötig etwas Wasser zufügen, damit die Flüssigkeit bis ungefähr 3/4 der Höhe der Keramikform reicht. Zudecken. Um die Form hermetisch zu verschliessen, kann der Deckel mit einem Teigstreifen (aus 200 g Mehl und etwas Wasser) verklebt werden. Dieser Kniff ist nicht unbedingt notwendig, doch er sorgt im allgemeinen bei den Gästen für einen grossen Überraschungseffekt. Das Ganze im heissen Backofen (180 Grad/ Stufe 6-7) 2 1/2 bis 3 Stunden garen.

This is a view of the pont...

by DanielF

This is a view of the pont couvert and the cathedral in the background, one of Strasbourg's better sites. The pont couvert (decked bridge) was partially destroyed by a fire and only the towers remain from the original structure.

Strasburg is on the river Ill....

by DanielF

Strasburg is on the river Ill. There are also several canals across the city. This area is an elegant neighborhood and ideal for walking.

Another good option is to visit the building of the international institutions: Council of Europe and European Parliament. The city has built a modern complex in order to host the sessions of the latter. By doing this they try to keep this institution in the city, since many Members would prefer to move to the better communicated Brussels. Anyway, the new Parliament building is worth a visit.

The French-German border

by Leipzig

This is the border between Strasbourg (France) and Kehl (Germany). The Rhine is the natural border of France and Germany.

It's very easy to find a parking space near the centre of Strasbourg. In the centre you should walk.

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Address: 50-54, rue du Jeu des Enfants, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67000, France