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The heritage of the Alsace plain
"What a beautiful garden!" shouted King Louis XIV when discovering the hunchbacked valleys of the Alsace plain. Extending between the Rhine and the Vosges, it consists of varied landscapes of forests and vineyards. Many of its hills are toppled with sanctuaries, churches, and fortified castles or ruins. The vines of numerous renowned grape varieties extend on the slopes that benefit from ideal sun exposure. The Wine Route crosses the region from north to south and is part of its heritage.
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