Colmar: gastronomic Mecca of Alsace

The picturesque half-timbered South Alsatian town of Colmar with authentic medieval architecture of the fourteenth and sixteenth centuries is the gastronomic capital of Alsace, a place of culinary tourism and wine festivals. The 13th-century market square, the House of Heads (Maison des Têtes), the romantic quarter Little Venice, the 13th century Dominican monastery (Église des Dominicains) , the famous museum of medieval painting "Unterlinden" (which houses the Matthias Grunewald’s masterpiece of medieval European icon painting Isenheim Altarpiece), and, of course, many famous Alsatian restaurants with delicious local specialties

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