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Hôtel Quatorze
14, rue des Augustins
68000 Colmar

Phone +33 (0)3 89 20 45 20
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The Pfister House,the prettiest of historic Colmar’s houses, was built in 1537 for the milliner Ludwig Scherer. The house is the earliest example of Colmar’s architectural renaissance, despite its medieval characteristics.

Saint Martin’s Collegiate Church, frequently called Saint Martin’s Cathedral, is the city’s most prominent religious building. 

Built between 1235 and 1365, the church is among Alsace’s major gothic architecture edifices.

The Unterlinden Museum
, housed in a former convent, is known for the works it houses by Isenmann, Schongauer and Grünewald, including the famous Isenheim Altarpiece, painted in the early 16th century. 

Little Venice, the most romantic and picturesque part of the city, which can be toured in a flat-bottom boat, owes its name to the original alignment of houses along the banks of the river Lauch. The tanners’ district, made up of tall, timber-framed houses, makes for a scenic stroll, truly a joy to behold.

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