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* <see name="Musée d'Art Moderne et Contemporain" alt="Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art" address="1, place Hans Jean Arp" directions="" phone="+33 3 68 98 51 55" url="http://www.musees.strasbourg.eu/index.php?page=mamcs-en" hours="Tu-Su 10AM-6PM, Mo closed" price="Adults €7, reduced fee €3.50" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">This spacious modern building on the banks of the river Ill features mainly Western European art from the 1870s up to recent times.</see>
* <see name="Musée Tomi Ungerer" alt="" address="2, avenue de la Marseillaise" directions="" phone="+33 3 68 98 51 53" url="http://www.musees.strasbourg.eu/index.php?page=musee-tomi-ungerer-en" hours="We-Mo 10AM-6PM, Tu closed" price="Adults €6.50, reduced fee €3.50" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">This museum houses a huge collection of drawings by Strasbourg-born illustrator Tomi Ungerer; rotating exhibitions show selections of his work, which includes illustrations for children's books, advertising, satirical work and erotica.</see>
* <see name="Musée Zoologique" alt="Zoological Museum" address="29, boulevard de la Victoire" directions="" phone="+33 3 68 98 51 60" url="http://www.musees.strasbourg.eu/index.php?page=musee-zoo-en" hours="We-Mo 10AM-6PM, Tu closed" price="Adults €6.50, reduced fee €3.50" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">This museum holds one of the largest natural history collections in France, and was originally built in the 18th century.</see>
===Other attractions===
* <see name="Maison Kammerzell" alt="" address="Place de la Cathédrale" directions="" lat="" long="" phone="" tollfree="" email="" fax="" url="[http://www.maison-kammerzell.com/en]" hours="" price="">To the left in front of the cathedral, you can admire this 15th-century merchant's house with its intricately carved corbels, one of the finest surviving examples of its kind in Europe. Inside is a hotel-restaurant, so if you want to see the interior you will have to book a table.</see>  *'''<see name="L'Opéra" alt="Opera ''' the beautiful baroque style House" address="19 Place du Petit-Broglie" directions="next to Broglie tram stop" lat="" long="" phone="+33 825 84 14 84" tollfree="" email="" fax="" url="http://www.en.strasbourg.eu/en/culture-leisure/culture/cultural-venues/concert-venues/opera-national-du-rhin/" hours="Only open to visitors during performances" price="">Neoclassicist opera house and , home to of the city's famous opera company L'Opera National Opéra national du Rhin. They do stunning productions with really wonderful, young talent. Located at the Broglie tram stop. </see>
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* B-line tramway terminus at Hoenheim (northern conurbation) (2001), built by the contemporary architect Zaha Hadid.
* Place de la République - A central crossroad encircled by neoclassical public buildings
* Zoological Museum
* Grande synagogue de la Paix, located on Avenue de la Paix. Built after WWII since the original synagogue was destroyed. Security is tight, and it can be difficult to get inside, but it is a beautiful building. Parc des Contades is the tram stop.
*Cite de la musique et de la danse, the Strasbourg Conservatory of Music and Dance. Located at 01 Rue de Dauphine, the building is meant to look like a swan. The building offers free or cheap concerts of their students and also of other wonderfully talented musicians if you're lucky enough to be there during a festival or event.
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