The Cathedral of Our Lady / Religious Edifices

The Cathedral of Our Lady of Strasbourg (Liebfrauenmünster zu Straßburg, as it is called in German) is a Roman Catholic cathedral, with a long history. Its construction started in 1015 and lasted until 1439. Its architecture is said to be a combination of the two styles: Gothic and Romanesque. Erwin von Steinbach is credited for major contributions, between 1277 and 1318.

Name:
The Cathedral of Our Lady
Address:
1 rue Rohan 67060 Strasbourg, France
Telephone:
0033 3 88 21 43 34
Fax:
0033 3 88 21 43 33
E-mail:
presbytere@cathedrale-strasbourg.asso.fr

Attractions in Strasbourg

Riquewihr

Riquewihr is the best preserved town in the whole areaand it represents a wonderful daytrip destination.

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The Cathedral of Our Lady

The Cathedral of Our Lady of Strasbourg is the most important religious edifice in Strasbourg, constructed between 1015 and 1439, being Roman-Catholic.

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Museum of Decorative Arts

Museum of Decorative Arts is hosted by the Palais Rohan of Decorative Arts and was set out in the 18th century by the famous Robert de Cotte.

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Strasbourg