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  • Church St. Bartélemy - the inside
    Church St. Bartélemy - the inside
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  • Church St. Bartélemy - left stained glass window
    Church St. Bartélemy - left stained...
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  • Church St. Bartélemy - the organ
    Church St. Bartélemy - the organ
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    Church St. Bart��lemy - left stained glass window 3 more images

    by robertbaum Written May 12, 2008

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    Here you can see the stained glass windows in the wall above the entrance. (I never thought about that: funily it's the front side wall from outside, but the back side wall when standing inside).

    These windows reside above the gallery to the left and right of the organ.

    You can climb up the stairs to the gallery and take a closer look as well as have a look back to the church.

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    Church St. Bart��lemy - stained glass window #6 2 more images

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    Here you can see the stained glass windows in the wall on the right side (the south wall) of the church:

    #6: depicts the Holy Mother with the child

    #7: inscription "SANCTA ODILIA | PATRONA ALSATIAE"

    #8: inscription "REQUIEM AETERNAM | DONA EIS DOMINE"

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    by robertbaum Updated May 12, 2008

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    Here you can see the stained glass windows in the wall on the right side (the south wall) of the church:

    #3: depicts pope Leo IX., inscription "PORTAE INFERI NON PRAEVALEBUNT EAM"

    #4: inscription "CONSECRATIO 31-X-1943 CHRISTO REGI"

    #5: inscription "S JOANNES BOSCO | PROTECTOR JUVENUM"

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    by robertbaum Updated May 12, 2008

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    The owner Mateme Mehr runs a pleasant restaurant with typical Alsatian dishes. The house itself is pretty old and dates back to 1720 as noted on the corner of the front gable.

    Roeschwoog's most famous is the Tarte Flambée or Flammekuche (a kind of thin French Pizza?).

    When I have been in Roeschwoog some hundred cars where lining the streets (most of them Germans though) and I heard that tourists come here by busses to eat Tarte Flambée in one of the three or four restaurants in this street.

    The restaurant is closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

    Favorite Dish: Try different kinds of Tarte Flambée or Flammekuche.

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