Pfaffenheim

Pfaffenheim – an old and weird place somewhere in Alsace…
Narrow streets, German-style…
Contrast between the old (buildings) and the new (cars)
Église Saint-Martin – a church made of two different parts…
Malgré-nous, the omnipresent scar in Alsace’s history…
Kirche St. Martin – panoramic view photo
‘A Nos Morts’ monument
Glockenturm – the modern-style bell-tower… 3 different architectural styles
How it feels to be at the foot of the Vosges Mountains…
St. Martin Church seen from the cemetery…
Rathaus (Mairie) – the town-hall
Pfaffenheim exists because of wine… quality wine…
Closed businesses everywhere, broken roads…
Painted buildings in a ghost town…
And a strange autumn sky unfolding…
As you exit the town, you see a palm-tree; hopefully it’s not a hallucination…

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