Parc de l'Orangerie
Parc de l'Orangerie, 67000 Strasbourg, France
About Parc de l'Orangerie
Orangerie Park is a public park in the city of Strasbourg. It is located opposite the Palais de l'Europe and close to the other European institutions in the district known as the Orangerie, within the Neustadt. Its area is 26 hectares. The geometric layout of the first promenade planted with trees dates back to the 17th century. The park, probably designed by Antoine du Chaffat, was developed in 1740.
Attractions near Parc de l'Orangerie
A majestic museum which was located in Strasbourg dedicated to the work of Strasbourg-born artist Tomi Ungerer. it was opened in the year of 2007 and displays more than 11,000 works. The museum was set in a spacious villa named Villa Greiner and it was spread over three floors. It displays graphic works of all kinds by Ungerer and some of his most famous colleagues. One of the nice location which gives you an idea about the arts of olden times.
The Rhine Palace, a former imperial palace, is located in Strasbourg, in Neustadt, on the Place de la République, which it dominates with its imposing dome. With the large garden that surrounds it and the old stables behind the building, it forms one of the most complete and emblematic sets of German architecture at the end of the XIX th century. One of the nice location which says about the anciet history of France and its architectural intellingnce.
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The cathedral of Strasbourg Notre Dame is a cathedral gothic Catholic located in Strasbourg, region, East Grand, in the French department of the Bas-Rhin in Alsace. It was founded in 1015 on the remains of a previous cathedral and will be built from 1220 by the free city of Strasbourg, a rich merchant, and financial republic, in the Gothic style. It is currently the second-highest cathedral in France, after Rouen Cathedral. A majestic cathedral that is renowned for its history and also architec
The Musée de l'Oeuvre Notre-Dame is a Strasbourg museum devoted to plastic art and decorative arts from the Upper Rhine territories (Alsace, Baden, Rhine Switzerland, Palatinate) from the early Middle Ages until the annexation of Alsace to France, in 1681. It is located in the historic building of the Fondation de l'Oeuvre Notre-Dame. It also has a garden containing medicinal plants used at the time.
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Grand Est is a vast new region in Eastern France, the unification of the former historical regions of Champagne-Ardenne, Alsace, and Lorraine. Its geographical location – bordering Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, and Switzerland – makes of the Grand Est an interesting cultural melting pot which can be clearly seen in its architecture and tasted in its gastronomy.