France: One particular Working day in Strasbourg #Germany #travel





Future stop on our one day in tour was Strasbourg, a town in France not considerably from the boarder to Germany. This time we really obtained seriously lucky with the weather, it was a wonderful sunny day so we made the decision to consider one of the boat tours about the town that will go by many historic sites and also the European Parliament. Strasbourg is a pretty wonderful town with a rich heritage and it was astounding to see how normally this town altered it can be operator and how these two cultures formed the facial area of Strasbourg. I still won’t be able to feel that we failed to went there earlier eventhough it is just an hour away from us. It is absolutely really worth a stop by. Have you been to Strasbourg or in France and how did you like it there? Strasbourg is the capital and premier town of the Grand Est area of France and is the official seat of the European Parliament. Located near to the border with Germany in the historic area of Alsace, it is the capital of the Bas-Rhin département. Strasbourg’s historic town centre, the Grande Île (Grand Island), was classified a Environment Heritage site by UNESCO in 1988, the first time this sort of an honour was placed on an full town centre. Strasbourg is immersed in the Franco-German lifestyle and although violently disputed through heritage, has been a cultural bridge among France and Germany for centuries, specifically by the College of Strasbourg, presently the next premier in France, and the coexistence of Catholic and Protestant lifestyle.

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  1. This Young man is obviously German & I can tell this by his thick "German" Accent ! I am a proud Alsatian-Canadian and I can assure you that although we are a Germanic Alemanic People we are NOT German – although our Cultures and ethnic backgrounds do tend do be similar  though NOT identical- we also speak a local dialect that the Germans do not understand (Elsaesserditsch) so we can call them (sometimes) nasty names behind their backs and they think it's a compliment haha ! Gute Besserung Ihr "Lieben Deutschen Nachbarn ! (….) & Thanks again for Posting this interesting Travel Log as well ! Laura Landgraf-Daitch

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