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The undeniable charm of this town, which has risen again from its war damage, lies in the castle grounds. Reservoirs, a fountain and a spring supply water to the monumental mill 'd'en Haut', which hosts artistic events. The War Memorial perpetuates the memory of the two victories of the Marne, and there is an earthy smell in the regional tool "shed". It is also worth visiting the orchard which has about a hundred local varieties rescued from oblivion. Including the Sauvigny cherry and the Certeau pear given to Louis XIV.
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