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Strasbourg's official face is more familiar, but what would you say to a stroll through its vineyards and its streets where German and French culture intermingle?

Strasbourg is a name that is familiar to us because of the European Union. Having played host to EU negotiations since 1949, it's not for nothing that it is called 'the capital of Europe'. Situated on the French-German border, Strasbourg is a vibrant city with traces of both cultures scattered on all sides and throughout its history as well.

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Cities through which a river quietly flows have a different air. Their culture and history, their settlement and its people, all enjoy the blessings that water brings. Take Strasbourg, for example. This city, said to date back more than 2000 years, has an extensive spa culture, for which it is indebted to the Romans.

 

 
 
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