Photographer's Note

Hello friends and colleagues, today I offer you a scene of daily life in a beautiful street of the Alsasian village of Turckheim.
I hope you like it, then a few letters about the villa.

Turckheim (in German Türkheim) is a French town and commune, located in the department of Haut-Rhin, in the Alsace region.
City since 1312, it was one of the ten Alsatian imperial cities that allied in the Alsatian Decapolis.
In its vicinity Turenne obtained on January 5, 1675 a great victory over the forces of Leopold I of Habsburg, Frederick William I of Brandenburg and Charles IV of Lorraine.

Monuments to see.
The gates of the city. To the south, next to the Quai de la Fecht, is the door of France, opened in a large square tower of the fourteenth century. Brand's door is at the northeast end of the old town, while to the west is Munster's door.
Place Turenne, surrounded by old buildings, including the Town Hall and the Romanesque tower of the old church.
Place Turenne.Hôtel des Deux-Clefs, former municipal inn renovated in 1620 by the commune.
The Grand'Rue, which links the Munster gate with the Place Turenne, houses many houses from the late 16th and early 17th centuries.
Wikipedia source.

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