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Moselle Street, in Mulhouse, Alsace France
Alsace
Mulhouse, to the South of Alsace, is not as touristy as major attractive centres such as Colmar or Strasbourg. Nevertheless, the former industrial town has accomplished over the last decade an amazing facelift with a new and modern tramway network, the renovation of its historic centre and… its own popular Christmas market which celebrated in 2010 its 20th anniversary! Named ‘Les Étofféeries‘ Mulhouse’s Christmas market has become so popular over the years that it appeared in the French national news in 2009 and might well receive over 600,000 visitors over Advent. Brilliantly located in the central Place de la Réunion, between the neo-Gothic St. Etienne Protestant church and the Renaissance building of the former Town Hall, the Mulhouse Christmas market is themed on rich fabric. Each year in December, thousands of metres of fabric decorate the Christmas market and make it different from any other markets. It is not by chance that Mulhouse uses extensively rich fabric in an extravagant way! In the past, the city was known for its powerful textile industry and the city hosts a renowned Textile museum. In 2014, it was renamed Les Étofféeries
Copyright: Eric Souvaroff
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Taken: 25/12/2014
Uploaded: 01/01/2015
Updated: 26/01/2019
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More About Alsace

Située au coeur de l'Europe occidentale, l'Alsace est la plus petite région française mais a la plus forte densité. Très active économiquement, elle a sue préserver sa culture unique face à la mondialisation. Les alsaciens sont très attachés à leur région et veulent la préserver. L'Alsace est une des régions les plus écologique de France. Les alsaciens se déplacent beaucoup à vélo, Strasbourg, la capitale, est d'ailleurs équipée de plus de 450Km de pistes cyclables ! À Strasbourg, il y a la cathédrale, mais aussi le parlement européen et le très célèbre quartier de la Petite France. L'Alsace est une région très gastronomique. La choucroute, la flammenckueche (tarte flambée), le bretzel, sont quelques-unes des spécialités locales.  


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