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At the Stade de France, the Bataclan, in the cafes and restaurants of Paris... on Friday 13th November, terrorists killed and wounded many innocent people. And in doing so, they also aimed also to kill these places that we love, places which represent culture and a spirit of sharing.
We at WorldEventListings share the grief of the friends and families of the victims of the terrorist attacks of 13th November 2015. And we offer our unconditional support to all the cultural venues affected.
Our raison d'être has always been to share cultural information with as many people as possible. We will continue. We will win. Their failure is only a matter of time.

European Institutions in Strasbourg, visit

Practical Information

Council of Europe, European Court of Human Rights, European Parliament

Date :
All year long

Category :
Exhibitions and Tours

Theme :
Society & Civilization

Interest :
Tourism

Field :
Visits and Tours

Schedules and Prices


Admission prices :
- Free

Address :
Quartier européen de Strasbourg
avenue de l'Europe
67000, Strasbourg

FRANCE


Website :
http://www.strasbourg-europe.eu

Mood : To learn

Additional Information
Council of Europe: by reservation only, on +33 03 88 41 20 29

European Court of Human Rights: you can attend conferences or hearings before the European Court of Human Rights, arrive 1/2 hour before Check calendar of hearings on the website

European Parliament: visits allowed for groups by written request only, write to: Antenne du Parlement Européen, allée du Printemps - B.P. 1024 F, 67070 Strasbourg Cedex

Council of Europe and European Parliament are accessible to persons of reduced mobility

European Parliament website

Council of Europe website

Description

Strasbourg, European Capital

New-York, Geneva and Strasbourg: these are the only cities in the world that host international institutions despite not being state capitals. The choice of Strasbourg as European capital after the Second World War was a symbol of reconciliation between European peoples and the future of Europe. Immerse yourself in Europe and at the same time take the opportunity to discover the jewels of contemporary architecture.

Strasbourg invites you to explore its European quarters: the Council of Europe, of which 47 democratic countries are members, the European Court of Human Rights, built according to plans by Sir Richard Rogers, co-architect of the Pompidou Centre in Paris and the European Parliament building, constructed in the shape of an ellipse which hosts monthly sessions.

Practical Information

Council of Europe, European Court of Human Rights, European Parliament

Date :
All year long

Category :
Exhibitions and Tours

Theme :
Society & Civilization

Interest :
Tourism

Field :
Visits and Tours

Schedules and Prices


Admission prices :
- Free

Address :
Quartier européen de Strasbourg
avenue de l'Europe
67000, Strasbourg

FRANCE



Website :
http://www.strasbourg-europe.eu

Mood : To learn