Situated among rolling vineyards between the Rhine River and the Black Forest, the river port town of Breisach shares a wine- and food-loving culture with its French neighbors across the river in Alsace. The town's landmark St. Stephen Cathedral, pastel-hued buildings, and cobbled streets create an old-world charm that belies the fact that the town was almost totally destroyed in WWII and meticulously rebuilt in the old style.
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The hamlet of Alpirsbach was founded in 1035 and developed around the Benedictine monastery Kloster Alpirsbach. Although the Reformation forced the abbey to close its...
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