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The wine-growing Piedmont
The wine-growing Piedmont forms an imposing and continuous buttress. It extends from north to south and leans against the wooded slopes of the Vosges mountains. This relief, which rises in the landscape, forms a strong contrast with the agricultural expanses of the plain. Piedmont corresponds to the outskirts and the beginning of the Vosges' relief, up to the first forest ridges. It offers overhanging views and wide belvederes from its different floors. Some are particularly spectacular, as the panorama from Haut-Koenigsbourg castle.
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