This is a very pretty village in Alsace. Very famous in France but also in Europe, is a popular destination for tourists who like to discover the beauty of nature made up of vineyards and legacy of history. Things to see and do in Riquewihr Riquewihr is a medieval town fairly well preserved in the middle of a vineyard, which makes it unique compared to all the neighboring cities. Getting to Riquewihr is a journey in the pages of the history of France through his relics but also its monuments, such as: - https://www.cityzeum.com/le-dolder-tour-de- watch-and-of-defense-12748-riquewihr the Dolder: it is at the entrance of the city that one can contemplate the Dolder. "Dolder" which means "the highest point" in Alsatian is actually the highest point which was used to monitor the city from any invasion. This is actually the emblem of the city before visiting the village and its narrow streets, it is essential to go through it to soak up the atmosphere. - The Notre Dame or what remains of it because it was destroyed during the story, but its ruins tell some great dates in the history like that of 1534 with the Reformation, the church is transformed in Protestant parsonage. During the Revolution as the belfry and the choir saddled the riots. One can still detect a small Gothic shrine, an old window or large arcades broken. - The https://www.cityzeum.com/musee-de-la-communication-en-alsace Museum of Communication: the museum is open from April to November and during the Christmas markets, the rest of the year it is not possible to visit. It is on the Route des Vins d'Alsace

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