Morschwiller

67350
Morschwiller
03-88
town hall@morschwiller.fr

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Morschwiller is a traditional Alsatian village located 20 minutes from Strasbourg between Brumath and Pfaffenhoffen. It has 597 inhabitants and is nestled in the valleys of the Moder where it covers an area of ​​462 ha. Historically, the first mention of the village dates back to 771. It is an imperial then royal village of the bailiwick of Haguenau and there are places and monuments rich in history.
The Saint Ulrich Chapel, built by private individuals in 1832, is located along the “Landgraben” watercourse, but there is also the Saint Etienne church built in 1840 by Louis-Martin Zegowitz. It is on the hill at a place called "Les Acacias" that you will find the highest point in the territory of Haguenau, offering a 360-degree view and allowing you to see Strasbourg Cathedral or Lichtenberg Castle. During a hike on our multiple paths, you will be able to discover our many calvaries scattered on our bench, all so different but so full of history. Morschwiller is also a town with a large number of cultural and sports associations between basketball, badminton, horse riding, theater, choir and many others which share the brand new Cultural and Sports Space. The town also includes ten farms (dairy farming, cereals, market gardening ...) but also offers various local shops, artisans, restaurants and rural lodges.