The Rue dé la Haute Vienne (D34) is one of the main roads in Niederroedern. It starts from where the church defines the town's focal point and leads straight to the west.
Many timber frame houses line both sides of the road (see the pictures). The house No. 26 is where Friederike Brion was born.
The organ in the 1765 built church holds some surprise.
It was built in the 18th century in 1754, so it is slightly older than this church, but came to this church not until 1862. Its original place was in an old church in Soultz-sous-Forêts where it was built by Johann Carl BAUMANN. Later than it was transferred to Niederroedern by the organ builder's house STIEHR.
Beside the choir still in the nave a wooden pulpit on the left and a wooden side altar on the right draw the attention of the visitor. Both are simply carved wooden furnitures.
The circuit Fronberg is a walking trail marked by the Club Vosgien with a red circle and starts at the town hall (Mairie) where also this map hangs.
It takes 75 minutes to complete the course
Favorite thing: This picture shows the coat of arms of Niederroedern, I guess it is a stylized arrowhead or spearhead.