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En la Alta Alsacia, Colmar se presenta como una hermosa ciudad cargada de bellos edificios tradicionales que ha sabido mantener, a pesar de una historia conflictiva por su cualidad de tierra fronteriza.

La ciudad se desarrolló básicamente desde el medievo como punto importante del negocio vinícola del valle del Rin, y conserva un atractivo patrimonio.

Se ha bautizado a Colmar como Ciudad de Arte, por sus rincones y tesoros de la época gótica y renacentista.

Sin embargo, el mayor arte que conserva Colmar es ese ambiente tradicional, con sus casas de estructura de madera cuidadosamente conservadas, repletas de geranios floridos en los días de calor.

Colmar tiene un interesante centro, cuajado de viejas edificaciones, un museo famoso, Unterlinden, y una cuidada Pequeña Venecia.
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