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Mulhouse France

Mulhouse is a city located in the Alsace region of northeastern France, known for its industrial heritage, cultural heritage, and outdoor activities.

One of the main tourist attractions in Mulhouse is the Cité de l'Automobile, a car museum that houses the largest collection of Bugatti cars in the world. The museum also has a collection of other cars, motorcycles, and bicycles.

Another must-see attraction in Mulhouse is the Musée de l'Impression sur Étoffes, a museum dedicated to the history of textile printing. The museum displays a collection of printed fabrics, machinery, and tools used in the textile industry.

For those interested in history, Mulhouse is home to several historical monuments such as the Temple Saint-Étienne, which is a beautiful example of Gothic architecture, and the Place de la Reunion, which is a historic square in the city center.

Mulhouse also has a rich cultural heritage, visitors can learn about the local culture and customs at the Musée de l'Alsace, which has a collection of traditional costumes, ceramics, and folk art from the Alsace region.

Outdoor activities include visiting the Parc des Minières, a large park in the city center with a lake, playgrounds and walking paths. Also, the Parc Zoologique et Botanique, home to a wide variety of animals and plants.

Overall, Mulhouse is a must-visit destination for those interested in industrial heritage, history, and culture. The city's museums, historical monuments, and cultural heritage make it a unique and memorable experience.

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