蕙质兰心蕙质兰心Strasbourg, in the French region of Alsace, is on the German-French border, and has been in turn to Germany and France for many times in history. Those who have been there have changed their nationality four times in just 75 years, so they have retained the German-French elements. Big Island is the old town of Strasbourg with many famous antique buildings. Walk along the Ill River and enjoy the wooden frame houses along the riverbank. Small France is a very special French town. The bridge is flowing, the flowers are in bloom, the two sides are beautiful wooden frame houses, very attractive, displays typical French romantic style.
乖小咪The town of Colmar is a very beautiful ancient water town in France. The rivers here are crisscrossed with various bright flowers on both sides. The natural environment is very elegant and tranquil. Taking a boat tour of the small town of Colmar, the scenery is very unique, or walking on the small roads of the town of Colmar, feeling the romantic feelings of South France, is also a very good enjoyment and travel experience.
乖小咪Place Stanislas is the most famous square in Lanxi. The fountain on the square is said to be inspired by the fountain of the Four Rivers in Rome. In the center of the square stands a statue of the Duke of Stanislas. In the sunny autumn afternoon, in the tavern by the square, it is really very comfortable to have a glass of wine or coffee.
莲子99Orange Garden is a public activity park full of artistic atmosphere. As soon as I entered the main entrance, I saw some posters, just like the recruitment of university clubs. It is clean and tidy with many modern sculptures.
莲子99About the northeast of Strasbourg, next to the European Court of Human Rights, it is a modern glass curtain wall building. It feels relatively empty after passing by several times. It will be alert when there are meetings.
Colmar is the perfect place to wander around and see what you come across. The locals seem justifiably proud of their homes, and everything is neatly painted and maintained. Some buildings are decorated with hanging lamps, clocks and hearts – then there are a few who’ve have taken it to the extreme by hanging bikes, chairs and who knows what else out front. In Colmar it seems your house is an artwork as well as a place to live.
In among the houses are a mix of cute boutique shops selling local produce like chocolate and wine, as well as art and antiques. Some of the shops have ornate wrought-iron signs hanging over the street to show what they sell. Then there are also plenty of waterside cafés and tucked-away cellar restaurants. And if you’re visiting Colmar at Christmas, the streets are draped with lights and filled with market stalls selling local food, drink and gifts.
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Tempat romantis terakhir yang bisa menjadi alternatif pilihan wisata Anda adalah Little Venice. Little Venice ini berlokasikan di Colmar. Jika Anda berkunjung ke tempat ini, Anda akan disambut dengan pemandangan bangunan dengan gaya arsitektur lama dan dinding dengan penuh warna yang beraneka ragam.
Di tempat ini terdapat kanal yang menjadi daya tarik para wisatawan. Anda bisa menyewa perahu untuk menyusuri kanal sembari melihat keindahan bangunan di sekelilingnya. Ketika Anda menyusuri kanal, Anda akan serasa berada di Perancis pada masa lampau. Suasana yang indah dan romantis ini menjadi salah satu tempat yang wajib Anda kunjungi bersama pasangan.
With its awe-inspiring cathedral, charming burghers' houses, and elegant Louis XV buildings, Strasbourg has a distinctive old-world character. The quaint cobblestone streets and picturesque canals of the ancient quarters (on the Grande-Île) invite visitors to explore the city.
Thanks to its advantageous location at the intersection of important traffic and commerce routes on the Rhine River, Strasbourg has prospered throughout its 2,000-year history. In the 13th century, it became the richest city in the Holy Roman Empire and a place where art and learning flourished.
Today, Strasbourg is still a city of culture, and boasts exceptional museums of fine arts, archaeology, and traditional Alsatian crafts.
One of the most beautiful cities I have been to.
Getting There - quite easy
Attractions - many
Hotels - a lot to choose from
Food & Restaurants - many options
Shopping - a variety
House of the European Parliament also
Riquewihr is a town on the Alsace Wine Route in eastern France. Its cobbled streets are dotted with half-timbered winemakers’ shops and tasting rooms. Winemaking tools and a restored kitchen are on display in the 16th-century Maison de Vigneron. The 1291 Dolder Tower houses the Musée du Dolder, featuring centuries-old weapons. The 14th-century Tour des Voleurs, a former prison, has torture instruments.Originally the property of the Dukes of Württemberg, the town was converted to Protestantism in the 16th century. Historically, Riquewihr served as a Winzerdorf or "wine village" as a trading hub for Alsatian and German wine.Riquewihr was one of the few towns in the area not to be badly damaged during World War II. The town is surrounded by its medieval fortifications and is overlooked by a castle from the same period that is today a museum.
There is a museum about Alsace during World War II and a torture chamber.
Close to Germany, Alsaciens pride themselves to be sophisticated and elegant compared to their southern counter part. Beautiful colorful houses and various flowers brighten this land of beauty.
I was surprised by the relative each with which I was able to walk around the European Parliament building. While not able to simply walk inside, I was able to go right into the building's inner courtyard. In the center was a large glass sculpture entitled "United Earth." Occasionally employees would wander out and stroll past me without much notice. It was a bit of a surreal experience.
The primary seat of the European Parliament is in Strasbourg, though the body has a secondary location in Brussels alongside the other major organs of European Union governance. Meant to enhance the EU's democratic legitimacy, the European Parliament allows EU citizens to have a say in decisions taken by the Union. Under the terms of the various EU treaties, major legislation or policy decisions must be addressed by the Parliament either in a consultative capacity or by actual affirmation via voting. Members of the European Parliament are organized into groups broadly reflective of their respective domestic ideological positions.
The European Court of Human Rights is housed in a rather interesting building from an architectural perspective. Formed initially out of the Council of Europe, the ECHR is now a highly-regarded independent international institutions. The Court's remit allows it to hear cases brought on behalf of individuals or groups against states and governments. This is uncommon in international law and states do not tend to allow challenges brought against them by individuals outside their jurisdiction. Nevertheless, the ECHR has managed to fulfill its role as an arbiter of justice and human rights rather well.