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Cultural Heritage - The Bruche Valley

The treasures of the Bruche Valley are not measured by numbers but by the many small simple and touching heritage sites that were left by men over its history : religious buildings, architecture, industrial remains, folk and contemporary art. The Bruche Valley is the heart of Alsace, the soul of the Vosges, and this makes the difference. Its promise is to give its visitors a real change of scenery.

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Vallée de la Bruche

A place of memory and a land of history

Chiefly attached to the département of the Vosges since the Revolution, the Bruche Valley was annexed by the new German Empire via the Treaty of Frankfurt in 1871, and then...
Contemporary art in the Bruche valley - defaut
Vallée de la Bruche

Contemporary art in the Bruche valley

The Bruche Valley takes art outside the museum! White marble from Rajasthan, larch wood, metallic fixtures, Prince sandstone or granite on the high grasslands or in the heart of...
OTVB
Wisches

Cycling circuit B12: The sculptures trail - Roche Solaire 2

Far from the city and yet close by in the depths of the forest, the Giants' Trails were born from an open-air artistic adventure launched by Sylvain Chartier and the Giants of...
Crédit : centre européen du résistant déporté
Natzwiller

Former concentration camp Natzweiler Struthof

Opened in 1941, Struthof is the only structure of its type on French soil. 52,000 prisoners were forced to work in the quarry near the camp. 22,000 people died here, often of...
Open today
from 09h00 to 18h30
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La Broque

Former Schirmeck-Vorbrück Internment Camp

Few traces remain of the internment camp which was entirely dismantled between 1954 and 1960. However the building of the “Kommandatur” of the camp, built in 1943, is still...
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Dinsheim sur Bruche

Fort of Mutzig / Feste Kaiser Wilhelm II

Built from 1893 to 1916, the Mutzig fortress was named "Feste Kaiser Wilhelm II" in 1895. It was the first German fortification to be made of concrete, entirely armored,...
Open today
from 13h00 to 15h00
Fontaines de la Vallée de la Bruche
Vallée de la Bruche

Fountains

The villages of the Bruche Valley are dotted with numerous dual-basin fountains which were used to fight fires and to supply the inhabitants with running water, while at the same...
French military cemetery (1914-18) - defaut
Saales

French military cemetery (1914-18)

French military cemetery comprising an ossuary containing 26 unknown French soldiers belonging to the infantry regiments and to a battalion of chasseurs à pied, in addition to 13...
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Wisches

German and French headstones at Petit Donon

The terrible Battle of the Donon, which took place on August 20 and 21, 1914, marked the beginning of the French retreat. During the twelve-hour battle, marked by intense...
Cimetière militaire allemand 1914-1914 La Broque
La Broque

German military cemetery from La Broque

German military cemetery (636 graves) and two ossuaries (1 297 soldiers).

Vallée de la Bruche

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Crédit : centre européen du résistant déporté

Former concentration camp Natzweiler Struthof
from 16/04/2024 to 30/09/2024 to Natzwiller


©Office de Tourisme Région Molsheim-Mutzig

Fort of Mutzig / Feste Kaiser Wilhelm II
from 12/03/2024 to 30/06/2024 to Dinsheim sur Bruche


Boiséo

Spring break activity: OPENGAMES
The 26/04/2024 to La Broque


Stéphane Spach

Rencontre d'exception : Avec Colette, c'est du champ à l'assiette
The 25/04/2024 to Natzwiller


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