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Lycée des Pontonniers (Strasbourg)/en

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Date de construction 1740
Structure Caserne

Date de démolition 1890

Date de construction 1903
Architecte Johann-Karl Ott
Verrier d'art Auguste Cammissar
Structure Ecole
Courant architectural Alsacien (colombage)
Néogothique
Néo-Renaissance
Art nouveau

Date de ravalement 2010

Inscription à l'Inventaire Supplémentaire des Monuments Historiques 5/4/2002
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The Pontonniers international highschool

The Pontonniers international highschool was originally a school for young girls (höhere Mädchenschule). Architect Johann Karl Ott based his design on using parts of buildings demolished to make way for the Grande Percée urban development and on integrating Gothic and Renaissance influences. The building is spacious and well constructed, and fully in tune with contemporary educational and hygiene standards. The lycée has now become an international school. It was built on the site of a barracks used from 1789 to 1870 for housing the engineers unit famous for their heroic actions on 26 November 1812 in the frozen waters of the Bérézina1

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  1. Totem patrimoniaux (Strasbourg), 2020, traduction de la Ville de Strasbourg

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