Heart Little VeniceColmar cottage 8P cozy classified 3 * parking Wifi TVcabl

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom


Accommodation ideally located in the heart of Little Venice, the most picturesque and most famous district of Colmar, comfortable and well equipped, authenticity and change of scenery guaranteed. Renting an entire house for the price of a tourist furnished! You live in the most beautiful and best known of the picturesque areas of Colmar, it is on the pictures. Many visitors and connoisseurs stop to admire our old Alsatian house from 1780 and the famous Pike facade. Kitchen with microwave oven, dining area, toilet, bathroom, washing machine and dryer, a single room on the ground floor. Access to the floor by a wooden staircase including an upstairs lounge with a large sofa, cable TV and twin bedroom with TV sofa, 2 floor 2 twin beds very quiet even in the heart of this the most tourist district of Colmar. 90 m2 Facing the winstub of Little Venice right next to the pier for boat rides discovery of the old Colmar on Lauch. Example of things to see: - The Dominican Convent: > Free access to the Dominican monastery. > Attached to the eponymous church, built in the thirteenth and eighteenth redesigned, it houses the town library since 1951, a case of the most beautiful ancient capital of the region with 1, 200 manuscripts, 2, 700 incunabula and 50, 000 volumes centuries precedents. It is also a venue for exhibitions, concerts (Festival "off" Spivakov) and drama. > Opening hours (depending on the season variables): Monday to Friday from 9h to 12h, from 14h to 18h (except Wednesday to Friday 18. 30), Saturday from 10h to 16h continuous. - The Synagogue Colmar: > The Jewish Community of Colmar wanted from the beginning of the nineteenth century, ceasing to pray in makeshift synagogues, such as inn rooms, and erect a place of worship worthy. Because of the extreme reluctance of the municipality, it was not until 1840 so the land can be acquired, the land on which the current synagogue was erected and inaugurated September 15, 1843. > With a length of 33 meters and 20 meters wide, the synagogue of Colmar, Israelite Consistory headquarters of the Upper Rhine is built in a Neo-Romanesque style. > Since its construction, it has experienced few changes: adding an additional gallery for women, replacing the central wooden platform by a platform of sandstone after World War II, the entire interior has been destroyed by the German occupiers who used it as a warehouse. > Note that all the candelabra of the synagogue have a number of different branches of seven, because on one hand it is prohibited to reproduce the candelabrum of the temple of Jerusalem, and because the use of the candelabrum is for "Hanukkah "or festival of lights, which lasts eight days. > One can also notice the existence of balconies, which are used in the offices where the tradition prescribes the separation between men and women, separation is intended to allow the necessary concentration to prayer. - The Koïfhus or old customs. - The Commandery of the Knights of St John


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