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Priory church, St Quirin  
   

Priory church, St Quirin

This church was dedicated in 1123, destroyed during the 30 year war and rebuilt in baroque style in 1722. The walkway joins the two towers, surmounted by onion domes.
Travelling to Strasbourg

July 24th 2016
Thursday 21 July 2016 Our journey for an overnight stay in Strasbourg was broken with a picnic lunch and a leisurely stroll through another delightful village, St Quirin in the Lorraine region. The warm weather caused us to look for a shady spot to picnic; Neville found it. Beside the priory church of St Quirin, a beautiful shaded area with a wooden structure (like a stable) and a monument to t ... read more
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