Shrines, parks, museums or historic districts: the Marne's heritage
takes on the most various forms and will know how to surprise you!

Six sites are listed as World Heritage by Unesco: amazement guaranteed in these places of beauty and serenity...

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Eglise Saint-Laurent

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BLANCS-COTEAUX

Eglise Saint Laurent

The church in Oger is dedicated to Saint Laurence, patron of the village and dates from the second half of the 12th century. Its bell tower...
Musée - Heiltz Le Maurupt
Come and discover a major collection of old toys, bicycles, First World War memorabilia, gramophones, traditional trades and their tools, a 1950s...
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The British military cemetery is within the walls of the municipal cemetery of Sézanne, on the outskirts of the town, on the D39 to Broyes and the...
Not open to the public. Hôtel Ponsardin was built in around 1780 at the request of Ponce-Jean-Nicolas-Philippe Ponsardin. Born in 1747, Ponsardin ...
Porte Sainte Croix - Châlons-en-Champagne

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CHALONS-EN-CHAMPAGNE

Porte Sainte Croix

Built in 1769, it was once known as Porte Dauphine. It was originally a door that controlled one of the entrances to the town. It was dedicated to ...
The monument is a 35-metre high monolith erected to commemorate the first victory of the Marne in September 1914.
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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3 151 German soldiers killed in the First World War are buried here, 493 of them in an ossuary.
The Menhir de l’Hermite is a Celtic standing stone erected in honour of a Celtic chief in battle. It was said to have the power to twist the trees...
Musée du travail du Champagne et de la vigne - Cumières
The museum located under the house immerses you in the family's history: 100-year-old carrying poles still engraved with the initials of the Martin...