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The Saint Thiebaut Collegiate Church

place Joffre
68800 Thann
Office de Tourisme Thann-Cernay
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Along with Strasbourg Cathedral, the Saint Thiebaut Collegiate Church is one of the most typical gothic buildings in Alsace. It has been named after the Canonical College of Saint-Amarin founded in 1442. The construction of the Church lasted more than two centuries from the end of the 13th to the 15th century. The western facade is decorated by a remarkable gateway relating stories (more than 500 figures) with three tympanums, unique in France. Inside, there are two chapels : the Saint Thiebaut's Chapel and the Chapel of the Virgin. The choir stalls, which are made out of oak and walnut, constitute the most important structure of this type in Alsace. The stalls date from the 15th and 16th centuries. The 15m high stained glass windows fill the choir with light and colour.



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Accommodation on site: Yes

Catering on spot: Drinks, Yes

Package visits offered: Free visit, Guided tour for groups with reservation

Practical services: Group reception

Animals accepted: No

Length of visit/event: 1h

Facilities: Private car park, Blue zone parking, Free campervan parking, Bus park, Toilets

Accommodation on site: Yes

Size of group:

Maxi50
Mini1

place Joffre
68800 Thann

Tél : 03 89 37 96 20
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Location: In the town/village centre, Piedmont (vineyards)

Distance and name of nearest railway station (km): 0.5km - Thann centre

Altitude (m): 344

Accessibility: By bus, By train, On a route that is accessible by bus, By car all year round

from the 01/04/2019 to the 31/10/2019
from the 01/11/2019 to the 31/03/2020

Opening hours: October to March : 8.30am to 5.30 pm - April to September : 8.30am to 6.30pm

Period of validity

from the 01/04/2019 to the 31/10/2019
from the 01/11/2019 to the 31/03/2020

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