Strasbourg the European capital

Strasbourg the European capital

New York, Geneva and Strasbourg are the only cities in the world which are home to international institutions without being national capitals. The choice of Strasbourg as the European capital following the Second World War is no accident. The city stands as a shining symbol of reconciliation between peoples and of the future of Europe.

Discovering Europe’s institutions is also a great opportunity to admire some marvellous examples of contemporary architecture.

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Lieu d'Europe

  • rue Boecklin (angle de l'allée Kastner)
    67000 Strasbourg
  • 03 68 00 09 10

The Council of Europe

  • avenue de l'Europe
    67000 Strasbourg
  • 03 88 41 20 29

The European Parliament

  • Allée du Printemps
    67000 Strasbourg
  • 03 88 17 40 01

The Human Rights Building

  • Avenue de l'Europe
    67000 Strasbourg
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