|Former municipality of Switzerland|
|Population||730 (December 2003)|
|- Density||64 /km2 (165 /sq mi)|
|Area||11.46 km2 (4.42 sq mi)|
|Elevation||440 m (1,444 ft)|
|Surrounded by||Seleute, Ocourt, Montmelon, Asuel, Montenol, Saint-Brais, Epauvillers|
|Twin towns||La Motte, Var (France)|
Saint Ursanne (population approximately 1,000) is a city and a former municipality of the district of Porrentruy in the canton of Jura, Switzerland which has preserved its medieval character. The city contains many historical curiosities, including collegiate churches, a cloister, the ruins of a castle, and a hermitage. The River Doubs makes a loop by Saint-Ursanne before flowing into France. Since 2009 Saint Ursanne has been a part of the new municipality Clos du Doubs. Additionally, the city is famous for the medieval festival which it organizes each summer.
Its name refers to Saint Ursicinus, a seventh-century monk who built a monastery here.
- Events and Culture program in St-Ursanne
- "Saint-Ursanne La Fantastique !" a fantasy fair for Summer 2011, with the collaboration of the illustrator Grzegorz Rosinski
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