Welcome to Strasbourg !

Strasbourg's 2000 year history has taken it from being a prosperous merchant city to its current position as capital of the peoples of Europe, from a centre for humanist thinking to a thriving hub of creators and entrepreneurs.

With its blend of cultures, innate tolerance, ecological awareness and embodiement of the European spirit, Strasbourg is a highly attractive, yet contemporary city. A multifaceted image, which is the basis of its originality.

Europe is alive here - the Europe of democracy, the Europe which belongs to its citizens, is being constructed here to deal with the major issues currently facing our society, such as education, industrial modernisation, solidarity, the change in energy sources and eco-responsibility.

Strasbourg, inspired perhaps by the soaring steeple of its cathedral, is a city where culture and business combine to form fertile ground for our future development.



News
21/06/2014
World Music day 2014: Call for projects
World Music day 2014: Call for projects
Call for projects: application forms are available online until the 30th April 2014.
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01/04/2014
Public pool Wacken  do your training in the open air
Public pool Wacken – do your training in the open air
At the public pool in Wacken you can swim outdoor in pleasant warm water.
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21/01/2014
"Strasbourg, Belle Epoque" Exhibition, 1900-1914
"Strasbourg, Belle Epoque" Exhibition, 1900-1914
This exhibition is the opportunity to discover from 21st January 2014 to 6th June 2014, the rich iconographic collections of 1900-1914 preserved by the Archives of Strasbourg.
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14/01/2014
Carnets de Ville exhibition
“Carnets de Ville” exhibition
From 14 January to 2 September 2014, discover the history of 13 places of the City of Strasbourg which tell us her creation.
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01/11/2013
Use StrasMap to find your way in Strasbourg
Use StrasMap to find your way in Strasbourg
The City and Urban Community of Strasbourg’s key application StrasMap has been downloaded about 40.000 times, and it's also available in English and German!
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25/10/2013
News from the Eastern Front!
News from the Eastern Front!
This exhibition in partnership with the Pôle d’Archéologie Interdépartemental Rhénan is the opportunity to discover an innovative branch of archeology: the archeology of contemporary conflicts and especially that of the 1914 war. It will take place at the Archeological Museum from 25th October 2013 to 31st December 2014.
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