Discover this selection of various sites and monuments, for unforgettable moments in la Champagne, la Marne!

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TROIS-FONTAINES-L'ABBAYE

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Abbaye de Trois Fontaines

The Abbey of Trois-Fontaines was founded in 1118 by St Bernard of Clairvaux. From the 12th century there remain the ruins of the abbey church. The...
Château - Réveillo

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REVEILLON

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CHÂTEAU DE REVEILLON

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A Henry IV-style castle, in the 18th century Réveillon was inhabited by the Minister of Foreign Affairs during the reign of Louis XV and by the...
Château de Braux Sainte Cohière

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BRAUX-SAINTE-COHIERE

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Château de Braux Sainte-Cohière

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Once a fortified military command post in the 16th and 17th centuries and a legendary site in the Argonne region, the Château de Braux Sainte...
This camp, located between Vienne-le-Château and Binarville, was a rest camp occupied by the 83rd Regiment of the German Landwehr....
At the time when it still stood at the entrance to Vitry-le-François, the Porte du Pont saw all the European aristocracy file by: Stanslas I, King...

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REIMS

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Cathédrale Notre-Dame

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Notre-Dame de Reims is one of the major creations of Gothic art in Europe. Included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites, this 13th century...

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SOUAIN-PERTHES-LES-HURLUS

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Monument de Navarin

The monument was erected to honour the dead of the 107 French and allied divisions who fought on the front lines of the Champagne region during the...
Come and visit this 12th- and 13th-century church. Guided tours by arrangement only.
The colossal statue of Pope Urban II was erected in 1887 and is 25 metres high ; the viewpoint indicator allows visitors to locate the 22...
A listed Unesco World Heritage site, this museum of history and archaeology from prehistoric times to the Renaissance comprises a 12th century...
The building is a place of pilgrimage which is a listed Unesco World Heritage site. It has a remarkable lace-like flamboyant Gothic-style wrought...
The monument is a 35-metre high monolith erected to commemorate the first victory of the Marne in September 1914.
La Main de Massiges, or ‘Hand of Massiges’, is an important First World War site. Following their withdrawal in September 1914, the Germans took up...