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.
Riquewihr is the best preserved town in the whole areaand it represents a wonderful daytrip destination.
The Cathedral of Our Lady of Strasbourg is the most important religious edifice in Strasbourg, constructed between 1015 and 1439, being Roman-Catholic.
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.