Addresses History The districts’ names (part 4/4)- In the west May 30th 2019, by Leo When the time comes to further explore Strasbourg, we set to leave the Vauban bridge behind and the last view of the Covered Bridges’ towers to then go up the river Ill. In the...
Addresses History The districts’ names (part 3/4)- in the south May 20th 2019, by Leo Now that we have covered the districts’ names in the city center (About the districts’ names – City center), let me take you for a guided ride to the southern area of our dear...
Addresses History The districts’ names (part 2/4)- The city center 10 mai 2019, par Leo In a previous article (Part 1/4 – diverse origins), we quickly focused on the origins of the districts’ names. After that first overview, I suggest we take a closer...
Pure product of the alsacian fields and forests, still speaking the local dialect as mother tongue, Leo arrived to Strasbourg for his studies. There he discovered the wide world he was always reading about in his sofa. There he indulged into theater and other arts, tried several jobs and adventures, went out sometimes until the morning, fully living the Strasbourg life for years !
So when he heard about the possibility to introduce the Strasbourg city life and history to people from everywhere, he joined enthusiastically the Happy Strasbourg Team.
Passionate, interested in everything, Leo loves to tell stories and to listen to them, eager to share this amazing world that is ours.
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