In 1873, the deaconesses clinic was built by the architect Emile Salomon, and was then located in the Finkwiller quarter next to the civil hospitals compound.
The interior decoration, woodwork and stained glass windows, strongly contrasted with the austere looking Gothic frontage.
Founded in 1842 by pastor François Haerter, promoter of the pietist Revival, the community of the deaconesses was dedicated to the care of the sick and destitute.
Protestant StrasbourgA walk with photos, texts and maps to better guide your route. A tour realized in collaboration with Strasbourg eurométropole and l’Union des Églises protestantes d’Alsace et de Lorraine. From...