(EDITED: Just removed the YouTube video that was no longer working...)
"ALPS - View from the airplane on the way to Frankfurt"
"MORE ALPS - The views came out quite well on this sunny winter day... Don't miss them and turn the speakers on"
"SAINT PIERRE LE JEUNE - One of the most important church buildings of the city, it has been Protestant since 1524"
"PLACE KLÉBER - 9:00 A.M."
"TEMPLE NEUF - Another Protestant temple"
"PLACE DE LA CATHÉDRALE"
"CATHEDRAL - Its construction started in 1176 and lasted for centuries. According to Wikipedia, the North Tower, «at 142 metres, it was the world's tallest building from 1647 to 1874, when it was surpassed by St. Nikolai's Church, Hamburg. Today it is the sixth-tallest church in the world»"
"CATHEDRAL'S FAÇADE - The famous west front, decorated with thousands of figures, is a masterpiece of the Gothic era"
"STAINED GLASS - Exterior"
"CATHEDRAL - Seen from South"
"ROHAN PALACE - Façade facing the Ill River. Built between 1731 and 1732, it represents the high point of local baroque architecture. It houses three of the most important museums in the city since the end of the 19th century: the Archaeological Museum, the Museum of Decorative Arts and the Museum of Fine Arts, as well as the Gallery Robert Heitz"
"PLACE COCHONS DE LAIT"
"ILL RIVER AND PLACE DES COCHONS DE LAIT"
"ILL RIVER AND BRIDGE"
"CATHEDRAL - From the River"
"FAÇADES - On a blue sky"
"LAHKÄS - Introduction to the Gourmet Section"
"GOURMET - Au Crocodile: founded about 1790 as the Cafe Viennois, it had three Michelin stars but lost one some years ago. Legend is that the name was changed to Le Crocodile when Jean-Baptise Kleber, a general in Napoleon's army, brought a crocodile back from Egypt and offered it to the restaurant. Pâtisserie Christian: two different locations in buildings of the 16th and 18th centuries. Jeff de Bruges: chocolate also in Strasbourg. Hotel Regent Petite France: my favourite in Strasbourg. For the «À l'Oiseau de France» and the next page «Maison Kammerzell», «Au Pont Saint Martin», «Aux Bons Crus d'Alsace», «L'Ancienne Douane» et »La Maison des Tanneurs», there are lovely buildings and mixed feelings on the food... Buerehiesel is missing on the photos, not in the memories... Less expensive, «Le Tire Bouchon» is nice"