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Eglise protestante Saint Pierre le Jeune

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Eglise protestante Saint Pierre le Jeune

461 Reviews
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3 rue de la Nuee Bleue, 67000, Strasbourg France
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Strasbourg Station12 min
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Alsace Wine Route Small Group Half-Day Tour with Tasting from Strasbourg
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Alsace Wine Route Small Group Half-Day Tour with Tasting from Strasbourg

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Travel with a guide along the Alsace Wine Route during this half-day wine tour from Strasbourg. Board your minivan with a small group capped at eight passengers, and be introduced to the world-renowned wine region. Stop at two picturesque Alsatian towns where you’ll enjoy tastings of celebrated white wines like riesling and gewürztraminer.
$102.19 per adult
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bubbly wrote a review Feb 2020
Hilton Head, South Carolina294 contributions85 helpful votes
Make sure you drop into to pray or reflect in this beautiful, old Cathedral. It was Christmas time and they had a wonderful display of baby Jesus.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Catriona H wrote a review Nov 2019
Teddington, United Kingdom1,158 contributions86 helpful votes
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Half protestant and half catholic, this is a very unusual church with plenty of interesting features. Parts of it are in real need of restoration, so worth a visit and helping to support.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Chris L wrote a review Sep 2019
Niles, Michigan684 contributions148 helpful votes
Very old church that began Catholic but converted to Protestantism later in life. It has frescoes from centuries past and an overall comfortable feeling of age than comes with some churches. There are guide sheets available to assist you in learning about the church in addition to brochures that are for sale, but were given to us by very friendly volunteers sitting at the door. But do make a contribution as a church showing its age like this one needs constant attention. I feel this church is as important to see as the city's cathedral. If you see one, see them both. You'll not be sorry.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Kirsten T wrote a review Aug 2019
San Juan Capistrano, California140 contributions62 helpful votes
We had a tour guide when we went in here, and I was so glad that we did. On first look, it is a beautiful church, but with a guide we were able to hear the stories. Every panel/picture tells a story from a different chapter in the bible, and the first three rows have double sided pews, which is unusual. Apparently the service began looking forward, and after singing, the minister walked to the side of the church where there is a raised platform, and spoke the sermon there. If you were lucky (rich) enough to be in the first three row, you stood and changed position so you didn't strain your neck. Lots of gold everywhere. This church was almost gone after WWII and was beautifully restored.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Mansi66 wrote a review Aug 2019
Cairo, Egypt288 contributions69 helpful votes
It is interesting to see a church build catholic then transferred to Protestant. It is very close to railway station and east to visit. It is very quiet and spiritual when you enter it.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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