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Unknown beauty in Alsace, France

A living postcard, made of colors, flavors, inspiration and beauty in one of the most charming corners of Europe. Alsace belongs to France but has a little something from Germany. Essentially it does not belong anywhere, it has its own character. Medieval and Renaissance German architecture and French culture.

Alsace, France

Alsace, France

For the Germans it has landscapes that in their country they were destroyed by bombs in World War II and the French is an intimate setting with a little dose of exoticism. And the different people involved were, however, located in towns and villages that could easily be the setting for tales of the brothers Grimm.

Alsace, France

Alsace, France

Alsace is the smallest administrative region of France but also the most beautiful. Changed hands with Germany many times since it is located right on the border, along the Rhine, which separates into two apartments, the Upper Rhine and Lower Rhine.

Alsace, France

Alsace, France

Starting from Strasbourg, the capital of Alsace in the south pictures are numerous and impressive. Endless vineyards dominated by castles, colorful houses of carved wood and stone, lots of restaurants with Michelin stars and of course, the finest wine.

Alsace, France

Alsace, France

View more here: Grignan village in France | A pearl of Provence surrounded by lavender, Valentine’s Day in Strasbourg, France.

By Nicole P.

Alsace photos: Richard Sheriff of Nottingham, Andrea, beatrice BL, Jean Michel.

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