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St. Die Des Vosges is a charming French town located in the St. Die Des Vosges arrondissement, Vosges department, in the Lorraine region of the country. St. Die Des Vosges is the home of approximately 23,000 people, living on an area of 46 square kilometers, at an average altitude of 600 meters. St. Die Des Vosges is situated in the Vosges Mountains. Near St. Die Des Vosges you can also visit Nancy, Epinal and Luneville. In 1757, a fire destroyed the town and St. Die Des Vosges was rebuilt entirely in a French Uniform Style. The name of the city St. Die Des Vosges was given in honor of Saint Deodat, so the city was also known as Deodatum, Theodata and S. Deodati Fanum. Famous residents of St. Die Des Vosges include cellerier Claude Bausmont, painter Jaques Augustin, author Yvan Foll and Kalidou Koulibaly, an athlete.
Top Attractions within St. Die Des Vosges
Concil House Mairie is the home of a great theater. The cultural venue of St. Die Des Vosges also includes a library, a reading hall and a museum of rocks. The society was founded in 1875. Henry Bardy was the one that founded it. Today, this facility is one of the most important attractions of the town.
Rue Thiers is a commercial street located in the city center of St. Die Des Vosges. A plan of Le Corbusier for rebuilding the center of the town was rejected in the 1940s and this street was finished only in the next decade. In present, you can shop on it and stop to the charming little cafes for croissants and cafe au laits.
St. Die Cathedrale is a Roman Catholic church located downtown St. Die Des Vosges. It was built in the 12th century from local red sandstone. In the 13th century, it received stained glasses that can still be admired today. In present, this is one of the most appreciated points of interest of St. Die Des Vosges.