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Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine
The Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine (CCNR) (in French: Commission Centrale pour la Navigation du Rhin) ?; In German, Zentralkommission für die Rheinschifffahrt, based in Strasbourg, is an international organization whose mission is to promote the prosperity of river navigation along the Rhine River, ensuring its safety and respect for its surroundings. It is the oldest international cooperation organization in the world, created in 1815 by the Congress of Vienna and is regulated by the Convention for the Navigation of the Rhine in 1868.
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Le Loft 67
Appartement L'Ill au Sable
Les appartements Place de la Cathédrale
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The Originals Boutique, Hôtel des Princes, Strasbourg Centre (Qu ★★★
Hôtel & Spa Le Bouclier D'or ★★★★
Hôtel De L'Ill ★★★
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The district of Strasbourg-Countryside was a district (in French arrondissement) of France, which was located in the department of Bas-Rhin (in French Bas-Rhin), in the Alsace region. It had 8 cantons and 104 communes.
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L'Appartement de l'Observatoire
Kleber Hypercentre Apartment
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Novotel Strasbourg Centre Halles ★★★★
Hôtel de l'Europe by HappyCulture ★★★★
Citotel Hotel Pax ★★★
Mercure Strasbourg Palais des Congrès ★★★★
The district of Strasbourg, formerly the district of Strasbourg-Villa is a French administrative division, located in the department of Bas-Rhin, in the Alsace region, created from the union of the former districts of Strasbourg-Countryside and Strasbourg-Villa.
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Strasbourg Appart Rue du 22 Novembre
Le Relais de l'Orangerie
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Hotel Cathédrale ★★★★new
Premiere Classe Strasbourg Ouest ★
Boutique Hotel Des XV ★★★★new
Campanile Strasbourg Ouest - Zénith ★★★
National School of Administration
The National School of Administration (in French: École nationale d'administration, also called ÉNA) is the school in which many senior officials of the French government are trained. ÉNA has fewer than 100 graduates, called enarques, per year. It is considered the best way to access the administrative body of the State.
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Néméa Appart-Hôtel Elypséo
Citadines Kléber Strasbourg
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Hotel Restaurant Au Cerf d'Or ★★★new
Hotel Esplanade ★★new
Régent Contades, BW Premier Collection ★★★★new
Hotel D - Strasbourg ★★★★new
The Kammerzell house (in Alsatian: Kammerzellhüs, in French: Maison Kammerzell, in German: Kammerzellhaus) is located in the city of Strasbourg, France, northwest of the cathedral square. It is one of the most ornate and best preserved medieval civil buildings of late Gothic architecture.
The construction of this house, whose amounts are among the most richly decorated in the city, dates back to 1427, undergoing two transformations in 1467 and in 1589 that makes it belong historically to the German Renaissance. The ground floor is made of stone and the upper floors are half-timbered; the sculptures on the beams represent sacred and profane scenes. The interior of the building was decorated with frescoes by the Alsatian painter Léo Schnug.
After passing through the hands of many owners, the building was acquired by the Urban Community of Strasbourg. It belongs, like the Great Island of Strasbourg, to the Unesco World Heritage Site since 1988, and is registered as a Historic Monument of France since 1929.
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Le Nid de l'Ill, Magnifique Duplex Petite France
Séjours & Affaires Strasbourg Kleber
Appartements Paola, Pamela, Patricia et Pascale
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Hotel des Anges ★★new
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hotelF1 Strasbourg Pont de l'Europenew
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The Kléber square is the main square of the city of Strasbourg in France, European Union. The square, which takes its name from General Jean-Baptiste Kléber, born in Strasbourg in 1753, is the largest in the city center and the heart of the commercial area. In it is also the statue of Kléber, which houses the funeral urn containing its remains, and on the north side the Aubette Building built under the direction of the architect Jacques-François Blondel between 1965 and 1972.
It is located in the historic center, on the so-called Great Island of Strasbourg (Grande île, in French), which was declared in 1988 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
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Au Quai Des Pecheurs
Meublé Saint-Thomas Strasbourg
Magnifique 2P avec Balcon et Ascenseur
Strasbourg old station
The old Strasbourg station, sometimes called Marais-Vert station, was a railway station located near the center of Strasbourg. Built as the end of the line from Paris to Strasbourg in 1854, it was closed in the 1880s, and used as a covered market in the city before being destroyed in the early 1970s.
This site currently houses the Place des Halles shopping center.
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Ruby Suites Quartier Les Halles by Popinns
City Residence Access Strasbourg
les Gîtes de la limonaderie
Rohan Palace (Strasbourg)
The Rohan Palace (in French, Palais Rohan) in Strasbourg is the former residence of the princes-bishops and cardinals of the House of Rohan, an old French noble family originally from Brittany. It is an important architectural, historical and cultural landmark of the city. It was built next to the Strasbourg Cathedral in the 1730s, from the designs of Robert de Cotte, and is considered a masterpiece of the French late-baroque architecture. Since its completion in 1742, the palace has housed several French monarchs such as Louis XV, Marie Antoinette, Napoleon, Carlos X, Luis Felipe I or Napoléon III.
Reflecting the history of Strasbourg and France, the palace has been successively owned by the nobility, the town hall, the crown, the state, the university and again the town hall. Its architectural conception and iconography were intended to indicate the return of Catholicism to the city, which had been dominated by Protestantism during the previous two centuries. Thus, many of the statues, reliefs and paintings reflect the Catholic dogma.
Since the end of the 19th century, the palace houses three of Strasbourg's most important museums: the Archaeological Museum (Musée archéologique, in the basement), the Museum of Decorative Arts (Musée des arts décoratifs, ground floor) and the Museum of Fine Arts (Musée des beaux-arts, first and second floor). The municipal art gallery, Galerie Robert Heitz, on a side wing of the palace, is used for temporary exhibitions.
Rohan Palace was declared a historical monument on January 20, 1920. The palace is also within the protection perimeter of "Strasbourg, a European urban setting: from the Grand Island to the Neustadt", World Heritage since 1988 and expanded in 2011.