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Lutter, a small village in the Alsatian Jura, has a remarkable collection of houses built in the XNUMXth and early XNUMXth centuries, some of which are exceptional objects. The essential interest of this architectural ensemble lies in its density, along a quiet street where it is pleasant to walk.

The houses in Lutter are made of stone and have no half-timbering. They are massive and on several floors. Some are more like a stately home than a small farm.

They have been transformed over the centuries. But we can recognize certain details that do not deceive such as Renaissance mullioned windows or often arched doors. Look up and observe the attic windows, they are chamfered, characteristic of this period.

A question mark for researchers: the half-spheres carved on the corner chaining of houses.

Several of them still have a wooden gallery on the first floor.

You can continue your walk by going up the stream to enter the forest as far as the Saint Joseph's Oratory.


3 rue d'Oltingue
68480 Wrestling
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13 Castle Street
68130 Altkirch
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Lutter Farmer's Inn - © Hostellerie PaysanneSaint Joseph's Oratory - © Vianney MULLER

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