Mulhouse (; Alsatian: Milhüsa or Milhüse, ; ; i.e. mill house) is a city and commune in eastern France, close to the Swiss and German borders.
With a population of 112,063 in 2013 and 284,739 inhabitants in the metropolitan area in 2012, it is the largest city in the Haut-Rhin département, and the second largest in the Alsace region after Strasbourg. Mulhouse is the principal commune of the 33 making up the communauté d'agglomération Mulhouse Alsace Agglomération (M2A, population 267,759).
Mulhouse is famous for its museums, especially the Cité de l’Automobile (also known as "Musée national de l’automobile") and the Musée Français du Chemin de Fer (also known as "Cité du train"), respectively the largest automobile and railway museums in Europe. An industrial town nicknamed "the French Manchester", Mulhouse is also the main seat of the Upper Alsace University, where the secretariat of the European Physical Society can be found.
Usage examples of "mulhouse".
But this year, Mulhouse had required everyone taking a history or an English course to write a paper on the Founding Fathers or fail the course.
At the very least, he was sure that Mulhouse intended to take away his diploma.
I always related the story in a humorous vein, and apparently Mulhouse heard about it.
Mallery Mulhouse, the university president, was surrounded by reporters, students, and parents.
Suddenly, the door opened and President Mulhouse strode into the conference room.
Stern, the daughter of a pastor at Mulhouse, spoke against the violation of Belgium.
Bragg had passed Mulhouse on a modern six-laner and was heading north-west in the general direction of Paris.
Edward Mulhouse strode into the drawing room, his tanned, lean face alight with pleasure.
Edward Mulhouse, a doctor and an excellent friend of mine in Suffolk, will attend you.
Edward Mulhouse was at that moment gently admonishing his flushed and embarrassed patient.
Something about the place looked or perhaps felt like the region around Dijon and Mulhouse near the French border with Switzerland and Germany, though he could not have said why he thought so.
Madame Maigret, perhaps because thanks to her sister who lived in Mulhouse, she had lent him a helping hand.
There was a long, expectant pause, until the doctor from Mulhouse turned his gaze on Maigret again without any sign of emotion.
Colmar and Mulhouse, and various vaguely hinted destinations in south-eastern France.
French have got to Mulhouse and have inflicted a decisive defeat upon the Germans.