Humanity born at old battlefield

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The Kaysersberg Castle
Kaysersberg lies north-west of Colmar, on the eastern slopes of the Vosges mountains
the name “Kayserberg” means “Emperor’s Mountain” in german.

Kaysersberg is considered one of the most beautiful cities on “The Alsace wine route
and is one of the finest wine growing areas in Alsace
the first vines were brought here in the 16th century from Hungary
the wine production is still an very important aspect of the economy of the town today
wine produced from the Tokay variety is a local specialty.

The high fortress that dominates the city serves as a reminder
of both its earlier strategic importance and its part of a warlike past
the present idyllic atmosphere trying to heal the wounds successfully.
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The city’s most famous son is Albert Schweitzer “link
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25 tanker om “Humanity born at old battlefield

    • #.seyi sandra
      Thanks really appreciate you like it – Alsace is an area which earlier for many years was in big trouble because the location between France and Germany – made both considered the beautiful area between the Vosges Mountains and the Rhine River as their property and many conflicts including wars followed – the last 100 years there have been quiet about ownership and it is impressive that local residents have been able to move on – so the area instead of being german or french is alsatian and in harmony with themselves… 🙂

    • In a way (maybe the reason I adores Alsace) it’s reminds me about my childhood living in the border-area between Germany and Denmark – also there people think us and not them and us – that’s the way it should be, but not often are…

      Have a wonderful weekend, my friend… 😉

    • #.anna
      Thanks, really appreciate you like it – I have always enjoyed visiting this area – it’s reminds me about my childhood living in the border-area between Germany and Denmark – also there people think us and not them and us… 🙂

    • #.jan masyn
      Thanks, really appreciates… 🙂

      Yes indeed a very cozy spot in the middle of Europe – I lived there for a period due to business (4-5 years) – perhaps the most internationally oriented part of France without forgetting himself – met many foreigners – including Belgians, lovely atmosphere and great transparency in Alsace.

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