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Colmar is a charming city located in the Alsace region of northeastern France. It is known for its well-preserved old town, stunning half-timbered houses, and picturesque canals that run through the city. Colmar is often referred to as the 'Little Venice' of France due to its beautiful waterways. The city boasts several noteworthy museums, including the Unterlinden Museum, home to the famous Isenheim Altarpiece. Visitors can also explore the lively markets, savor Alsatian cuisine, and enjoy the local wines from the surrounding vineyards. Its unique blend of French and German architectural influences makes Colmar a fascinating destination for history and culture enthusiasts.


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Colmar is a city in the Grand Est region, in northeastern France, near the border with Germany. Its old town has cobblestone streets with medieval and early Renaissance buildings with timber-framed walls. The collegiate church of St. Martin, a 13th-century Gothic church, is located in the central Place de la Cathédrale. The city is on the Alsace Wine Route and the local vineyards specialize in riesling and gewürztraminer varieties.

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Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle

The castle of Haut-Koenigsbourg is located in the municipal area of the French commune of Orschwiller, in the department of Lower Rhine, in Alsace.