Welcome to Hartmannswiller, town of Haut-Rhin in Alsace
Presentation of the village
Hartmannswiller, then written Hadmanswirle, is mentioned for the first time in a document from Pope Gregory VIII on October 31, 1187.
The village is then owned by the bishopric of Strasbourg, Hartmannswiller became « property » of the Waldners, for 100 marks in 1331. In 1760 the Waldners became owners of the village until the French Revolution. During the World War I, the village was 90% ravaged.
A memorial is now erected at the top of this mountain located between the municipalities of Hartmannswiller, Wuenheim, Wattwiller and Soultz.