Built on top of ancient Roman temple, Cathedral is also one of the most important places to visit. The very first church in its place dated back to 11th century, while the Gothic building was founded late in 13th century; it has preserved to these days and is admired by tourists. Cathedral keeps a lot of unique artifacts including five centuries old cathedral pulpit and a Gothic font.
After admiring the Cathedral, it's worth to visit Place Kleber, which is the biggest square in the city. It was named after General Jean-Baptiste Kleber. Memorial to General is located at the center of it and reminds citizens about his deeds. Next to the wonderful Place Kleber is the Aubette palace built in late 18th century.
The palace was recently open after throughout reconstruction and today everyone can walk through richly decorated halls of the palace. Kammerzell House is one of the most impressive landmarks of 16th century. Nowadays it hosts a very popular national restaurant. Built from clay and massive wooden beams it is one of the most remarkable buildings in Strasbourg.
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