Jan 07, 2015 at 02:44 AM
The city of Strasbourg is a hub of historical Antique Pieces. If you are a lover of an ancient stuff just visit the town of Colmar, Alsace and have a heart soul shopping of Antique Pieces. Make a lovely souvenir of your amazing trip to the city, when you are way back home. Glass Lanterns are very common here. The image showing in the picture is a lovely old glass lamp lantern on a building in Colmar town. The old glass lamp lantern is mostly decorated in every house of the Alsatian house, it is beautiful and classic. The construction of the house is built by a local stone with a half-timber framing in a traditional design. Architecture in Colmar town is involved of houses constructed with walls in timber shape roofing in flat tiles. This type of Alsatian architecture construction is great in adjoining parts of Germany, but their particular abundance in Alsace is owed to several reasons. Alsatian Architecture of half-timbering was found to raise the risk of fire. In previous times, people of the village began to paint the furnish white in following with Beaux-Arts movements. The beautiful Glass Lanterns can be found in almost all the shops. The town is lovely and unique it is filled with an Antique Pieces. In the traditional local market it is fill by antique pieces, handicraft and many more. There are different types of lantern in the market of Colmar town. Mainly the old glass lamp lantern is hanging on the traditional house of Alsatians. Glass Lanterns are used by almost every person in this area. Among Colmar's numerous medieval structures is the thirteenth century Dominican religious circle that has been changed over into the Unterlinden Museum. It protects the renowned sixteenth century Isenheim alterpiece that is the masterwork board painting by the religious painter Matthias Grünewald. Grünewald painted the alterpiece in Isenheim, 14 miles south of Colmar, for the house of prayer of the Antonites' cloister. Scattered among Colmar's Alsatian Renaissance houses, and its old places of worship, are numerous beguiling wellsprings. The basically Gothic Church of Saint-Martin and the enormous Church of the Dominicains are two such holy places. The thirteenth through fifteenth century Church of Saint-Martin shows Martin Schongauer's fifteenth century painting of the Rose's Madonna Arbor.