36 Hours in Strasbourg, France | The New York Times 30 Comments / By zyulkyar / July 10, 2020 Nestled along France’s border with Germany, Strasbourg has a Franco-Teutonic core of canals and cobbled lanes where visitors can sample Alsatian cuisine … Related
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I'm so lucky that i live here thanks to much college🥰✨💜🤍🦋🧿❤️
Already a mistake in the beginning Strasburg means Streat Cassel
I live in Strasbourg lol
Strasbourg is a part of Germany! Return it to Allemagne! #FreeStrasbourg #StrasbourgIstDeutsch
Strasbourg was taken from Germany after the 30 years war… 1648
Strasbourg c'est trop bieeeeen
Place looks creepy
It seems like when it comes to Europe, the less presence multiculturalism has in an area, the nicer and safer it’s.
Strasbourg was famous for it's franconian-allemanian dialect hope they preserved it
Straßburg is a scheene Stadt
When you visit the City you notice it is a german city
Love from Kehl 😀
hey, remember people there danced to death!
Franchement c nul là je le confirme
Mr X you are a very wrong. Center of Venice, St. Petersburg and Amsterdam are surrounded by the water too !!!
Straßburg is not french!!! Straßburg stays german!🇩🇪
this city looks more German than German cities, wtf
Strasbourg will be always German, its heart of Germany, Franch should gave it to Germans
Straasburg..,an evil city , with the new representation of of the Tower of Babel.
1990 this is my video https://youtu.be/650TkeOk1wM
Watching this while crossing to Germany from strasbourg lol.
It's definitely one of the best cities of France! Was there last weekend and loved it
i hope i visit this city one day…
j'aime Strasbourg c'est magnifique
I FROM STRASBOURG !!💜
Marvelous ! and even more beautiful in the summer !
J'adore ma ville de Strasbourg! 💖💓❤😚😙😘😍👌👍🌹
And I must add that Strasbourg is a great city for students !
I'll be there next month.