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Zoological and Botanical Park of Mulhouse

111 Avenue de la 1ère Division Blindée, 68100 Mulhouse, France

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About Zoological and Botanical Park of Mulhouse

A french zoological garden which was created in 1868 by philanthropists industrialists, led by Charles Thierry-Mieg son. It covers 25 hectares and presents more than 900 animals of 170 species, as well as 3,500 plant varieties. The park holds the national label "remarkable garden" of the Ministry of Culture for its botanical collections.  There are so many collections of rare and endangered living beings and plants too.



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Cité de l'Automobile3.61km from Zoological and Botanical Park of Mulhouse

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Dreiländereck FR/CH/DE24.2km from Zoological and Botanical Park of Mulhouse

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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.