German Vieux-Brisach located on the Rhine
Called "Old-Brisach" in opposition to the Alsatian city of Neuf-Brisach built by Vauban in the seventeenth century opposite, on the French side of the Rhine. Vieux-Brisach (in German Breisach am Rhein) is a German town in Baden-Württemberg, located on the Rhine. It is twinned with Saint-Louis and Neuf-Brisach in the Haut-Rhin, Alsace and also with Pürgg-Trautenfels (Austria) and Oświęcim (Poland). It was French in the 17th century, long Austrian thereafter, the city of Vieux-Brisach has a lower part and a high district on its rock, where the cathedral of St. Stephen dominates the Rhine.
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