The Alsatian Route Romane follows its course through the plain, the mountains and vineyards, from the North (Wissembourg) to the South (Feldbach) of Alsace. It stretches over 120 sites including 19 that were given priority when building the stages of this road. These sites are visible pretty much everywhere in Alsace and in particular in the Florival Valley where the famous St-Léger de Murbach Abbey, the St Léger de Guebwiller Church and the Collegiate Church of St Michel and Saint Gangolph de Lautenbach are located.
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At the foot of the Grand Ballon, the Abbey Church of Murbach awaits you by the side of a shady road. The Monastery was one of the most powerful in the...
The parish church with a late Romanesque style was built from 1182 to 1235 spurred by Murbach abbot, by replacing a chapel located at the same place....
St. Michael Collegiate Church
"The former collegiate church of Saint Michael-and-Gangolphe underwent many transformations over the centuries. The nave probably dates from the 11th...