BL722 - GOETHE AND THE POTTERS’ VILLAGES

BL722 - GOETHE AND THE POTTERS’ VILLAGES

BL722 - Goethe and the potters’ villages - Sessenheim

This circuit opens the gateway to the local heritage linked with two great artists: Goethe who spent a short time in Alsace in Sessenheim in 1770, and Henri Loux, the famous illustrator whose patterns were taken up on the “Obernai”-style pottery. The trail also takes you to the potter’s village of Soufflenheim, where a number of workshops are open to visitors throughout the year.

Légende
  • Voie cyclable en site propre revêtue

  • Bande cyclable

  • Route

  • CARACTÉRISTIQUES

Départ
Sessenheim

Arrivée
Sessenheim

25 km
Facile
69 m
Low shadow

Meilleure période

April - October
Morning - Afternoon

Temps de parcours

X H XX
100 %
Revêtu
30 %
Protégé

Profil altimétrique

CARACTÉRISTIQUES

Départ : Sessenheim -
Arrivée : Sessenheim -

Distance : 25 km
Difficulté :Facile
Dénivelé : 69 m
Ensoleillement : Low shadow
Revêtement des voies : 100% Revêtu
Protection des voies : 30% Protégé

Profil altimétrique

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