This unusual village is perched on a hill 285 metres high, in the middle of the vineyards, which gives it an original and picturesque aspect.

A castle was built at the south extremity of the hill in the 12th century and destroyed during the french Revolution. Two round defensive towers of the old fortification still stand: the first, crowned with a stork’s nest, is situated at the entrance to the village, adjacent to the Baroque church built in 1760; the second, at the top end of the village.

The houses of the village, which are very close together, are a good example of the architecture typical of wine-growers’ houses: cellar that is sometimes in the basement, stone first floor dedicated to the professional activity (wine-press), small cowshed and wooden stairs to go to the next floor up, where there is the dwelling, in which you get in by an arched door with a date or an emblem.

You can explore this village by taking an historical walk (information available at the Tourist Office).

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Zellenberg and bell tower Stork Overlooking the village and turn south-east Houses typical Alsatian Town council and rectory Zellenberg The steeple Zellenberg Old houses Zellenberg Zellenberg dominating the Alsace plain Zellenber, view from the vineyard Zellenberg, the vineyards
Jardin des Papillons
La Cour du Bailli
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