Sainte-Croix-en-Plaine is a commune in the Haut-Rhin department in the Grand Est region in north-eastern France. Today the village has about 2952 inhabitants. The village grew out of a monastery of Benedictine nuns. The village does not have many sights to offer, but the church of Saint-Barthélemy is a beautiful house of Christianity with a Gothic choir from the 15th century and definitely worth seeing.
The municipality is located about ten kilometers south of Colmar. Other neighbouring municipalities are Sundhofen and Logelheim in the northeast, Hettenschlag in the east, Dessenheim in the southeast, Niederhergheim and Oberhergheim in the south, Herrlisheim-près-Colmar in the west and Eguisheim and Wettolsheim in the North Wetsen.
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