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Loewenfels house

Loewenfels house

Credit : OTC Mulhouse et sa région

Around 1764, Jean-Jacques Feer certainly built the most beautiful 18th century Mulhouse mansion in freestone. Named «Zum Loewenfels» (the lion’s rock) because of the coat of arms painted on two shields on the pediment, the mansion was sold to Jacques Degermann in 1847, who set up a brewery there. The Cercle Sainte-Marie bought the property in 1949 and installed the presbytery and the parish hall.

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44 rue des Franciscains
68100 Mulhouse
Lat : 47.7479948Lng : 7.3356359
194 d

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