Skyline of Mulhouse : steel wall decoration.
We have depicted the skyline of Mulhouse from the Nouveau Bassin.
You can see the DMC factory, the Tour de l'Europe, the Rebberg and the Temple Saint-Étienne.
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1.5 mm thick steel line
To be wall fixed with 3 nails
Inside and outside
Start by nailing the middle of the line, then simply adjust the level
Not suitable for brick or concrete walls
Nicknamed the Cité du Bollwerk after Bollwerk tower, a pre-industrialisation relic, Mulhouse is a French commune situated in the European Collectivity of Alsace in the Grand Est region. 42% of inhabitants are under 30. Propelled into the industrial adventure in 1746, it became one of Europe’s first industrial clusters. The European capital of technical museums, Mulhouse is home to the world’s largest automotive museum and Europe’s largest electric energy museum and railway museum. The city was the home town of Captain Alfred Dreyfus and Alfred Werner, winner of the 1913 Nobel prize in chemistry. Saint-Etienne church situated in the heart of the city is the tallest protestant church in France. Two rivers cross through Mulhouse, the Doller and the Ill. In 58 BC, the Battle of Vosges took place in the west of Mulhouse between the Roman army led by Julius Caesar and a Germanic tribe led by Arioviste. Place de la Réunion, the central square in Mulhouse, overlooks rue Mercière, rue de la Lanterne and rue Henriette as well as passage de l'hôtel de ville.