High Street

Haguenau

High Street
67500
Haguenau
+03 88 06 59 99 XNUMX
tourisme@agglo-haguenau.fr

Location and access

  • Grand'Rue - Cyrille Fleckinger
  • Grand'Rue - Cyrille Fleckinger
  • Grand'Rue - A-Girl-In-Alsace
Around the Halle aux Houblons and along the Grand'Rue, you can see some remarkable houses dating mainly from the 18th century.
N ° 111: La Maison Cassina which owes its name to Giuseppe Cassina, a wealthy Italian merchant. Here, the usual balcony of mansions is replaced by a niche which houses the statue of Saint Joseph and the child, patron of the sponsor.
No. 142: Former hotel of the Abbey of Koenigsbrück, a village near Haguenau. All that remains of this hotel is a remarkable balcony decorated with a rockery cartouche. Until the French Revolution, this residence served as accommodation for the tithe collector and as a pied-à-terre for the nuns of the abbey during their stays in town.
N ° 127: The only example of Renaissance style in the street.
N ° 157: The house at n ° 157 is very old. It was restored in the 18th century by the Italian merchant Joseph Paganetto whose initials appear in the ironwork above the front door.

Practical information and services

Type of places to visit
Remarkable monument, house or neighborhood

Location

Name of the nearest station
Haguenau