Built between 1230 and 1330, this Romanesque church was one of the first converted to Protestantism when the movement arrived in Alsace in 1524. It contains the mausoleum of Maréchal de Saxe, a masterpiece of French art by Pigalle (1777), and a magnificent 12th-century sarcophagus of Archbishop Aledoch.
Rue Martin-Luther (along rue St-Thomas, near pont St-Thomas)
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Town Hours Apr–Oct daily 10am–6pm; Nov–Dec and Mar daily 10am–5pm Phone 03-88-32-14-46 Prices Free admission Web site Eglise St-Thomas Other Closed Jan to mid-Feb
MapRue Martin-Luther Strasbourg
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