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Like many villages in Alsace in and the German Upper Rhineland, Harskirhen contains both a Lutheran church and a Catholic church. The Lutheran church dates from the eighteenth century and is decorated in the Baroque style, while the nineteenth-century Catholic church is distinguished by a nineteenth-century Neo Gothic tower.