List of Notable People of Colmar


[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1577823359181{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”]Colmar is a town in the Grand Est region of northeastern France, near the border with Germany. Colmar Population 70,000.

Famous for its half-timbered houses, Colmar’s remarkable merchants’ homes also do not fail to impress. Famous among them is the Adolf house, the oldest in Colmar, and the Pfister house dating from the 16th century with its ornate angelled oriel, richly painted murals and long wooden gallery.

List of Notable People of Colmar:

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Name Known For
Caspar Isenmann painter
Martin Schongauer painter and engraver
Georg Wickram poet and novelist
Jean-François Rewbell diplomat and revolutionist
Jean Rapp lieutenant general
Conrad Berg composer
Charles Xavier Thomas inventor
Marie Bigot musician, French pianist and composer, friend of Haydn and Beethoven
Armand Joseph Bruat admiral
Georges-Charles de Heeckeren d’Anthès politician, killer of Alexander Pushkin in a duel
Auguste Nefftzer journalist
Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi sculptor, created Liberty Enlightening the World
Camille Sée politician
Jean-Baptiste Lemire composer
Jean-Jacques Waltz drawer and caricaturist
Ernst Stadler Alsatian poet
Bernard Schmitt economist and founder of the “Quantum Economics”
Guy Roux French football coach
Pierre Moerlen musician, drummer and composer
Pierre Hermé confectioner, entrepreneur and pastry chef
Thomas Bloch musician
Éric Straumann politician
Marc Keller football player
Cendrine Wolf children’s author
Pascal Johansen football player
Amaury Bischoff football player
Fabien Schmidt professional cyclist
Ryad Boudebouz Algerian-French footballer

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