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Église Saint-Thomas - Things to Know Before Visiting

11 Rue Martin Luther, 67000 Strasbourg, France


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About Église Saint-Thomas

The Church of Saint-Thomas de Strasbourg is located on Place Saint-Thomas in the historic center of the city near the Petite France district. This church is one of the most important in Strasbourg, from the point of view of cultural history and architecture. It is the only example of a hall church in the region. It is also the only Protestant church to have preserved canons and the building has been classified as a historical monument since 1862.

Attractions Near Église Saint-Thomas

Historical Museum of the City of Strasbourg
Historical Museum of the City of Strasbourg0.39km from Église Saint-Thomas

A beautiful museum that was displaying the history of the city from the middle ages to the creation of European institutions. It was located in the city's former slaughterhouse since 1920. It has a lot of collections which was dedicated to the tumultuous history of the city from the early Middle Ages until the contemporary period.

Place Kléber
Place Kléber0.43km from Église Saint-Thomas

Nestled in the Grande Île quarter. It is well worth taking time to visit the Place Kleber which is the biggest square in the heart of the city’s commercial district. The square has undergone many changes over the centuries and is now a fully pedestrianized area, frequented by shoppers and tourists. This vibrant historic center was listed as a UNESCO world heritage site.

Museum Œuvre Notre-Dame
Museum Œuvre Notre-Dame0.46km from Église Saint-Thomas

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.

Ponts Couverts, Strasbourg
Ponts Couverts, Strasbourg0.46km from Église Saint-Thomas

Les Ponts Couvert is located at the western end of the picturesque Petite France district. It is a row of three arched bridges spanning the arms of Ill. The structure is dominated by three towers dating from the 14th century. These powerful square towers were part of the medieval ramparts that encircled the Grande Île de Strasbourg. The three bridges cross the four river channels of the River Ill that flow through Strasbourg's historic Petite France quarter.

Cathédrale Notre Dame de Strasbourg
Cathédrale Notre Dame de Strasbourg0.47km from Église Saint-Thomas

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

Strasbourg Museum of Fine Arts
Strasbourg Museum of Fine Arts0.52km from Église Saint-Thomas

The Strasbourg Museum of Fine Arts presents a beautiful panorama of the history of painting in Europe from its beginnings in 1870. The museum displays work by non-Upper Rhenish artists from between the 14th century and 1871 and by Upper Rhenish artists from between 1681 and 1871. The Museum of Fine Arts of Strasbourg also owns a small but valuable collection of sculptures, principally from Italy and France. A unique place that shows light to the ancient art of France.

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