Exploring the Land of
is to go in search of those men in monks' habits, the disciples of St.
Colomban who later became Benedictines and fashioned our world, where
Romanesque Art found its most remarkable form of expression.
The walker's path takes him through Gallo-Roman remains in the Wasserwald,
through the Tannenwald forest, past various testimonies to popular devotion
of the time and rural architecture, and the abbey where one can hear the
strains of the Silbermann Organ.
This land of integration was the home to Jewish communities who have left us
an astonishing heritage, carefully preserved in the
and Traditions. And so the four seasons happily succeed one another in a
pageant of heritage, nature, music, summer festivals and enchanting