Place de la Cathédrale, Strasbourg

The Place de la Cathédrale ("Cathedral Square") is a public square in Strasbourg, France, surrounding Strasbourg Cathedral.[1]

Place de la Cathédrale
Looking down on the western portion of the square from the cathedral, with the Rue Mercière entering from the top of the picture
Location within Strasbourg
NamesakeStrasbourg Cathedral
TypePublic square
LocationStrasbourg, Alsace, France
Coordinates48°34′54″N 7°45′01″E / 48.5816042°N 7.7502193°E / 48.5816042; 7.7502193

The square is accessed from the west by the Rue Mercière, from the south by the Rue du Maroquin, the Place du Château and the Rue de la Râpe, and from the north by Passage de la Cathédrale. Other streets, such as that beside Maison Kammerzell (built in 1571) to the northwest, use the Place de la Cathédrale name.

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References edit

  1. ^ "To Strasbourg, in search of a tale from the crypt". Washington Post. ISSN 0190-8286. Retrieved 25 April 2023.
  2. ^ Gleysteen, Jan (2000). The Mennonite Tourguide to Western Europe. Wipf & Stock Publishers. p. 274. ISBN 9781579103439.