The Doller is a river in Alsace (Haut-Rhin), in north-eastern France.
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The Château d'Altkirch was a castle, now destroyed, in the commune of Altkirch in the Haut-Rhin département of France.
The Tour du Belvédère is a 20 metre tall observation tower located on Belvédère mountain near Mulhouse in Alsace, France. Tour du Belvédère was designed by Ph. Ant.
Les Coteaux, also known as the ZUP de Dornach, is a cité HLM (council estate) in the west of the city of Mulhouse, Alsace, France.
Lac de Michelbach is a lake in Michelbach, Haut-Rhin, France. The reservoir serves as water supply for the city of Strasbourg.
La Gare de Sierentz is a railway station serving the commuter town of Sierentz, Alsace, France, located between Mulhouse and Basel.
La Gare de Bartenheim is a railway station serving the commuter town of Bartenheim, Alsace, France.
The Château du Hugstein is a ruined castle on the borders of the communes of Buhl and Guebwiller in the Haut-Rhin département of France.
Bourtzwiller (French pronunciation: [buʁsvilɛʁ]; German: Burzweiler; Alsatian: Burtzwiller) is the most populated quarter of Mulhouse, in the Haut-Rhin département, Alsace, France.
The Kurpark Bad Bellingen (24.3 hectares) is a nature park and botanical garden located on the Badstraße, Bad Bellingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Its natural area covers 11.3 hectares; the park and garden covers 10.8 hectares, and includes green …
The Klemmbach, a small Black Forest stream, has its source in the southwestern Black Forest near a mountain pass between the peaks of Blauen and Belchen.
The Kembs-Niffer Branch Canal is a French canal connecting the Grand Canal d'Alsace at Kembs to the Canal du Rhône au Rhin.
La Gare de Saint-Louis-la-Chaussée is a railway station serving the community of Saint-Louis-la-Chaussée (Neuweg) in the north of the commune of Saint-Louis, Alsace, France.