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  • Château du Haut-Kœnigsbourg: Located around 18 kilometers southeast of Haegen, Château du Haut-Kœnigsbourg is a magnificent medieval castle situated on a hilltop. It offers stunning panoramic views of the surrounding vineyards and forests. Visitors can explore the castle's well-preserved rooms, towers, and ramparts, which provide a glimpse into medieval life.
  • Mont Sainte-Odile: Situated approximately 15 kilometers northwest of Haegen, Mont Sainte-Odile is a mountain peak and a popular pilgrimage site. The mountain is home to a medieval Hohenburg Abbey and offers breathtaking views of the Alsace region. Visitors can hike through the tranquil forest trails and visit the abbey, which houses a museum and a chapel.
  • Strasbourg Cathedral: Located around 30 kilometers northeast of Haegen, Strasbourg Cathedral, also known as Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Strasbourg, is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. This iconic cathedral features stunning stained glass windows, intricate sculptures, and a famous astronomical clock. Visitors can climb to the top of the cathedral for panoramic views of Strasbourg.
  • La Petite France: Situated in the heart of Strasbourg, approximately 30 kilometers from Haegen, La Petite France is a charming historic neighborhood known for its picturesque canals, half-timbered houses, and flower-filled streets. Visitors can wander through the narrow cobblestone streets, enjoy the waterfront views, and dine in one of the many traditional Alsatian restaurants.
  • Musée de l'Œuvre Notre-Dame: Located in Strasbourg, approximately 30 kilometers from Haegen, Musée de l'Œuvre Notre-Dame is an art museum dedicated to the Cathedral of Strasbourg. It houses a remarkable collection of medieval sculptures, stained glass windows, and architectural artifacts. The museum provides insights into the construction and history of the cathedral.
  • Europa-Park: Situated around 70 kilometers southeast of Haegen, Europa-Park is one of the largest theme parks in Europe. It offers a wide range of thrilling rides, themed areas representing different European countries, and entertaining shows. Visitors of all ages can enjoy the park's attractions, including roller coasters, water rides, and live performances.
  • Riquewihr: Located approximately 50 kilometers southwest of Haegen, Riquewihr is a well-preserved medieval village renowned for its charming architecture and vineyards. Visitors can explore the narrow streets lined with colorful half-timbered houses, visit wine cellars for tastings, and admire the medieval fortifications.
  • Le Struthof: Situated around 50 kilometers northwest of Haegen, Le Struthof is a former Nazi concentration camp that now serves as a memorial and museum. Visitors can learn about the camp's history, view the remains of the barracks and crematorium, and pay homage to the victims of the Holocaust. These attractions offer a diverse range of experiences, from exploring medieval castles and historic neighborhoods to enjoying thrilling amusement park rides and paying tribute to important historical sites.

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