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    Kientzheim

    by tini58de Updated Feb 4, 2007

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    Kientzheim was one of the villages that we passed on one of our bike tours - just a very typical Alsacian village - and well known for the vinyards and the vineries! It is located in the vicinity of Riquewihr and Kaysersberg.

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    Rombach-le-Franc

    by elgin99 Written Jan 18, 2005

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    Rombach-le-Franc, region Alsace, departement Haut-Rhin, has only 800 habitants.Activities nearby: Mountain Biking / Biking, Cross-country skiing, Town swimming pool, Hiking, Hunting, Horseback Riding, Golf, Vineyard

    It´s a very romantic little village with nice accomodations and likable people and a beautiful nature scenery.

    15 km from Sélestat.

    Sorry, but I lost many pictures from there.

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    Historical Sights in Alsace

    by Carino Written Nov 3, 2003

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    When travelling in Alsace be sure to visit Concentration Camp Natzweiler-Struthof and Hartmannsweilerkopf / Vieil Armand.

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    Great Wine from Alsace

    by Carino Written Nov 3, 2003

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    Alsace is famous for its wine road. This Road is going from Marlenheim all the way south to Thann.

    All together 170 kilometres of great landscape with beautifull vineyards.

    You can stop in almost every village along this street to relax in a Wine Bar and try some of the best wine in the world.

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    Kaysersberg is one of the more...

    by naranja Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Kaysersberg is one of the more picturesque villages on the 'route du vin'. There is an incredible medieval ambiance, so much so, that I expected to encounter a knight in a shining armor, anytime I turned around a corner.
    Dr. Albert Schweizer (1875-1965)was born here. Organist, musician and priest, he went back to university to study medecine and with on his own built a hospital in Lambarene, Africa, where he aided the poor and sick. He was one of my heros since I was a little girl, I was fascinated by his mission in Africa.1952 he was rewarded with the Nobel prize for peace.

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    Ruins of the Castle of Eguisheim

    by tini58de Updated Feb 4, 2007

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    What a wonderful hike it was to get to the ruins of Eguisheim - dense forest with a little sunshine -sooooooo enjoyable and so cool!

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